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In Pictures: Your Polaroid photos

Photo: Jonathan Austin

We've been asking for your Polaroid photos after the company announced its plans to stop making film for instant cameras. These feet were snapped by Jonathan Austin.

Photo: Gayle Lazda

Gayle used her Polaroid in February 2007 to take these snaps of Oxford following a snow storm.

Photo: Darren Shaun Mann

Darren will miss using his Polaroid. He said "It was a great medium for experimental photography."

Photo: Mike Butcher

Another experiment with a Polaroid. Mike Butcher used his Polaroid camera to take pictures for his photography degree.

Photo: Jonathan Austin

Jonathan Austin swears by his Polaroid. But couldn't quite capture a whole phone booth in one shot.

Photo: Hollie Victoria Robson

Hollie still uses her Polaroid camera, but with the company planning to stop making the film, we wonder for how much longer.

Photo: Hiroki Murakami

A Polaroid moment as Hiroki Murakami and friends gather before seeing the Klaxons on tour in Seattle in 2007.

Photo: Theron Helton

Theron Helton used her Polaroid camera to record the births of her grandchildren. Her first great-grandchild might be the last to be snapped by her Polaroid.

Photo:  Karina Douglas

Karina Douglas got her Polaroid camera for Christmas when she was 10, and has been taking photos ever since.

Photo: Billy Tomlinson

Billy Tomlinson used his Polaroid to snap DJ's in Liverpool, getting them to sign the instant photo. He said "They have a charm no other film can give."

Photo: Jonathan Austin

Jonathan Austin created some unique photos with his instant camera.

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