The week after Christmas, we were visited by family for a few days. This was a great opportunity to break out the Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic (a camera smaller than its name.) People always love Instax. I always blink, so I don't appear in many photos.
Skipping ahead to the present. . . This week was Beth's year-end band concert. She and her classmates did great. I packed along my SX70 and my Instax Min 90. I figured there wasn't much point in trying to get shots of her across the crowded auditorium, so I concentrated on portraits. The SX70 was… Continue reading Week 21 – Recital
I don't often photograph people on the street. I'm just not comfortable approaching them. Today Beth and I went to Gloucester and Rockport with the Greater Boston Film Photographers meetup group. I met this man and his recently-adopted dog at Halibut Point State Park. One of the nicest things about Instax is that you can… Continue reading Rescue Dog
The Fuji Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic is a nice little camera that seems smaller than its name. I found it to be "point& shoot" easy to use. It has two shutter buttons, one on top and one on the front such that one is always in easy reach regardless of the orientation of the… Continue reading Instax 90 – Week 71 results
The newest addition to my collection is the Fuji Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic. This latest addition to Fuji's Instax line has a more refined look and better controls than previous Instax models, and it has the advantage of film being available in major discount stores.It features multiple shooting modes including portrait, sport, landscape, bulb,… Continue reading Week 71 – Fuji Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic