The Hype on Polaroids
Every person in this planet will most likely know what a polaroid exactly is and what its uses are and how somehow not that convenient it is. Apparently, a lot of us today believe that polaroids are exactly the same as instant photography, which we all obviously know is incorrect or is no way right, since polaroids are in no way instant. Many of us would agree to the fact that everyone has their own memories with polaroids, and everyone has this common share of bond that polaroids were the reason of, even despite the great innovations made in our world today through the use of smart phones and such that causes everything to be too instant. It can somehow be too overwhelming and much of a happiness to see people get so hyped over polaroids despite how old they are and how not that instant they actually are to use, despite the many innovations and inventions being made nowadays that can just be produced in an instant, which is somewhat surprising and unrealistic.
A number of myths and stories have been told to people of different ages and generations about the whole point as to why photography and polaroids have been introduced to the world. The very first story was that when during the year nineteen forty three, there was this father who tried to videograph his three year old daughter while they were having their family vacation, and hse somehow asked a very simple and innocent questions, which was why she cant instantly see the picture right away. The myth or the story would then become later on a huge inspiration that was used by one of the most amazing and popular innovators in the whole history of mankind, and this will be the reason why the technology that we enjoy today is what it is today. He was known to be very much determined that he will someday be able to find that technology that can have people enjoy instant photographs, which he obviously soon did as nowadays we are being given full access to these types of things just easily.
Although apparently the use of these polaroids were not exactly enough for the people since people would always want more and would always look for improvements. The creator of this polaroid and the whole concept of photography was seen by his employees in his company as not only an asset but also a liability as well. The company back then struggled in terms of how they dealt with necessary changes because of the perfectionist CEO that they once had, since he was too keen about the polaroid not having any damage or whatnot. After the creator retired from his work, the company somehow lost the edge to envision a good technology when it comes to photography.