Ruin: just because something cannot or does not fulfill its original purpose does not mean it has not worth. Ruined Polaroids by William Miller ..

Ruin: just because something cannot or does not fulfill its original purpose does not mean it has no worth. Ruined Polaroids by William Miller .

With his Polaroid SX-70 (a used camera he picked up at a yard sale for 20 Dollars), William Miller churns out not photos, but amazingly abstract works of art. The camera, as it turns out, was broken. “It sometimes spills out two pictures at a time and the film often gets stuck in the gears, exposing and mangling them in unpredictable ways,” says William.

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

Years ago, William Miller rescued a damaged Polaroid camera from a yard sale, and learned how to control and accentuate aspects of the camera’s flaws

With his Polaroid SX-70 (a used camera he picked up at a yard sale), William Miller churns out not photos, but amazingly abstract works of art.

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

William Miller's Ruined Polaroids were initially created almost by accident after he bought a broken Polaroid camera. Instead of throwing the camera away, he perfected the imperfect and made insane abstract art.

WILLIAM MILLER’S RUINED POLAROIDS

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

WILLIAM MILLER: THE QUIET BEAUTY OF AMERICA’S MOST POLLUTED WATERWAY

William Miller: The quiet beauty of America's most polluted waterway

William Miller's 'ruined' polaroid - these would look amazing as printed textiles!

William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

Chipped Oil | William Miller — Patternity

William Miller's photographs show sun reflected in the Gowanus’ horrendously polluted waters.

A damaged good Photojournalist William Miller shows us what images he is able to develop using an old Polaroid SX-70 instant camera. Beautiful, ingenious, but almost completely broken.

A damaged good Photojournalist William Miller shows us what images he is able to develop using an old Polaroid instant camera. Beautiful, ingenious, but almost completely broken.

William Miller turns damaged polaroids into fascinating and beguiling abstract artworks

Years ago, William Miller rescued a damaged Polaroid camera from a yard sale, and learned how to control and accentuate aspects of the camera’s flaws

Photographer William Miller captures the unexpected abstract beauty on a New York canal's surfaceHero2

William Miller: Gowanus Canal - on Thisispaper Magazine. The Gowanus Canal is one of the most poluted waterways in America, yet there is life to be seen between the waste.

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