For many integral film photographers, the one-of-a-kind nature of shooting Polaroid film is a large part of the allure and romance of the medium. Having both positive and negative contained in the photo means that there is only one of this photo. To get around this limitation and create copies of an instant photo, you will need to either scan the photo (easier option) and create a digital copy or physically remove the negative from the film (a more involved process).
As of July 20, 2017, the Impossible Instant Lab is out of stock worldwide. We don’t have immediate plans to reintroduce the Instant Lab at this time, but we do understand the unique needs it meets for fans of analog instant photography - watch this space for new developments.
For the scanning process, there are many scanner types available on the market. In addition, you can digitize your photos using the camera on your smartphone and downloading The Impossible Project App.