Victoria's Light

I shot these Instax (the new Polaroid) images this weekend during walks and in between using a film or digital camera.  I love this genre of photography.  It lends itself to simplicity.  I have tried the SX 70 and the Spectra.  The Spectra was especially good but film production for it has stopped.  While the Fuji Instax images have a different character (sharper), I enjoy the experience using them more.  The Fuji’s easy access shooting modes and a built in flash makes instant photos easier, and that is how it should be.  Development times are faster with the Fuji, and the images take on more color and depth after several hours of cook.  I enjoyed using the SX 70 but it stopped working on me and the film is a lot more expensive

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