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The second one looks unfocused, and the bright light has caused some flare in the emulsion of the Polaroid film, which is fairly thick. It is also overexposed.
The fourth one looks good, but also not so sharp.
The first/third one looks very sharp, but a bit dirty. Was it dropped? But more seriously, it looks like it is a multiple exposure, i.e. two shots on top of each other. Did you maybe take two shots without removing the film in between?
Hi, Carsten, Thank you for the response! The 3rd was was an accidental double exposure, unfortunately, I feel victim to the I forgot to remove the dang film paper issue, again! The others were rushed, and were the best I could muster at that point, but the worst of all part is my portrait my son shot of me twice, they both did not expose, and the results were black, but my son's reaction of disappointment was even worse!! I have no idea what went wrong, or how to prevent it again, but the whole damn incident has left me even more upset,my son worked very hard to take my portrait, just to be let down!! Thank God he was able to laugh about it, but at age 11, I think he was still a bit upset at it, but being a toughie, like his mum when faced when these sorts of dilemmas! I only had one Polaroid with me, and no ability to get more at that moment, and to make it worse, it was black and white at ISO 3000!