Definitions for "Polaroid"
A process in which finished photographs are produced within the camera device itself; the first major development in photography since the genre was invented. The process works on the basis of developer substances in paste form, which are distributed over the imaged film after a photograph has been taken and act on the film by diffusion. This method was invented by Edwin Herbert Land (1909-1991), who founded the Polaroid Corporation in 1937, and launched the first Polaroid Land camera in 1947. This camera produced a black-and-white paper image one minute after the photograph had been taken. The millionth instant camera was sold in 1956. The first Polaroid color camera was launched in 1963. Polaroid declared bankruptcy at the end of 2001, as the technology has become obsolete, in large part due to the popularity of digital photography.
A type of camera that prints out a photo instantly. These photos should not be cropped because it contains chemicals that will damage the phographs as well as your pages.
A camera which contains self-developing film producing instant photos.
a plastic film that can polarize a beam of light; often used in sunglasses to eliminate glare
a poor excuse for a light meter A Police State is great
A sheet of cellulose acetate containing crystals of an iodine compound which are all oriented in one direction. The plastic is sometimes laminated in glass. Light polarized by this material is used for stereoscopes, 3-D pictures and movies, for glare protecting lenses and a test for strained glass including case-hardened glass.
Keywords:  debut, phantom, culled, guest, album
Polaroid is a 1999 B-side album released by Phantom Planet. It was released between their debut album Is Missing, released in 1998, and The Guest, which was released in 2002. The songs on the record are culled from the recording process of Is Missing.