Save Packfilm Travelog No. 11: Home is not the final destination


Back at the SUPERSENSE Palace I finally find the time to carefully digest all your mind-blowing comments, my dear analog sisters and brothers in arms.

I am truly and honestly moved by your incredible support and by the warm energy of all your comments - and I only can whisper THANK YOU from the bottom of my analog heart. This is my very first attempt of writing something like a diary or travelog and honestly ,I am really blown away of how good this feels. Slowly I discover how much we really did accomplish together. Please forgive me that I can not write back to all of you, but you have my word that all of you will be invited to the big party as soon as we have done it!!

Together with my team here I just discussed changing the name travelog to something else, as I am now back home. But with your ok, I would love to continue writing this as a travelog, as I always have seen this journey as a long and wild trip with one clearly defined final destination: THE RESCUE OF PACKFILM. 

So, for me this travelog has to go on until we have proudly reached this final destination. Please prepare serious lunch boxes, rain coats and warm underwear, this travelog will for sure go on.






  • Peter Rose

    I have been shooting pack film since Polaroid first brought it out way back. I was devistated when Polaroid stopped making it, switched to Fuji. Now, Fuji stopped! This is really upsetting! I have 5 pack film cameras. Doc, I am 71 years old and I am very thankful to have you as an advocate for all us pack film photographers. If I have to swear to buying a certain amount of film each year, so that you can make a deal with Fuji, then I will do it. Thank you, sir. I salute you!

  • John

    Thank you so much for your efforts to save this analog gem! I check daily for updates to your travelog.

  • brYan

    Long live pack film!!!

  • Jamie

    I am for sure along for the ride!

  • Kim Deslandes

    Thank you, sincerely, for giving us all a voice, and for your hard work to save this creative medium that we love. This world needs more creativity, not less!

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