Marian Rainer-Harbach, 29 years-old, is a software developer and also Polaroid photographer, based in Vienna, Austria. He started photographing on instant film in 2011 "after becoming bored with the "perfect" look of digital photos," he says.
Marian, also known as sycamoretrees on Flickr, uses various Polaroid cameras (Automatic 100, SX-70, SLR 680, Spectra, Miniportrait) and a large format 8x10 pinhole camera.
"One of the main reasons I like instant film are the sometimes unpredictable results," he adds. "Instant film can also transport the mood and environment of a place or situation very well (for example because the temperature, humidity and handling of the film greatly influence the outcome)."
One more reason that she loves instant film is "I like the possibilities of physically manipulating the film, for example by creating emulsion lifts." he continues.
Hereafter are some beautiful instant film photos shot by his Polaroid cameras.
See more of his work at: www.flickr.com/photos/marianrh