Fuji Natura Classica is a popular choice for those who like shooting in low light conditions without flash, making it a great choice for taking nice portraits whether indoors or outdoors, as some of our fellow lomographers found out! Let’s take a look at some of the portraits they took using the Fuji Natura Classica after the jump!
There’s no doubt about how capable the Fuji Natura Classica is when it comes to low light conditions, which opens up a lot of shooting opportunities whether indoors or outdoors. Portraits are almost always in order whenever we lomographers have a camera in hand, but if we’re indoors, we’ll often need to use flash. But, with the Fuji Natura Classica, we get to enjoy the convenience of a compact camera along with wide aperture and extended ISO settings!
The Fuji Natura Classica has a Natural Photo (NP) mode that is automatically enabled when loaded with films that are ISO 800 and above (up to ISO 3200). With the NP Mode, the flash is disabled and a larger aperture is selected, perfect for shooting portraits and such in low light or indoors!
We’d better let our fellow lomographer’s snaps do the talking, so without further ado, here’s a selection of some nice portraits taken both outdoors and indoors using the Fuji Natura Classica:
Have you taken a nice portrait using your Fuji Natura Classica? Go ahead and share it with us and leave a comment below!
The Fuji Natura Classica is an exceptional, light-sensitive camera which allows you to take stunning analogue photographs using only available light. Its Natural Photo mode detects the subject’s brightness and adjusts the exposure accordingly, eliminating the need to use flash. For images that radiate natural beauty, get your own Fuji Natura Classica now!