This photo was made before we had digital cameras and software to alter pictures. I made it in 1998 using Polaroid's old "Time Zero" SX-70 film. Once the instant photo is shot out of the camera, you have about 20 minutes to move around the picture's liquidy color emulsions, using a metal or wooden dowel. You could etch, scratch and blur the photo to give it a painterly look (you could even add real paint to the finished product). Each is a one-of-a-kind.