In the early days of Redemption during the 1990s digital photography hadn’t really become a thing and to check the lighting and general look of the model or set-up polaroids were taken before using actual film.
Usually, the polaroids would be discarded or thrown away at the end of the shoot, but I always kept them and during a recent clearout, I found a box of them. These go back to about 1990 and cover shoots that I did for Redemption’s video sleeves, our magazine The Redeemer, the Redemption calender, Cradle of Filth and similar commissions, plus our other labels and projects like Purgatory etc. These polaroids go up to about the year 2000 or so when digital photography pretty much made the polaroid redundant.
Here is a random selection in no particular order with captions.