Lomo'Instant Super Flash Solarization


I have found a way to invert the colors of instant photographs using the Lomo'Instant. It's very interesting, so try it soon!

Taking pictures is easy. All you need to do is attach the close-up lens to the Lomo'Instant set the exposure compensation dial to +2, and turn the flash on.

Taking multiple exposure photographs is possible.

So is shooting ordinary, one-shot images!

Be among the first to start this new Lomography challenge!

written by gakurou on 2014-12-02 #gear #tutorials #close-up #reversal #instant-camera #tipster #fuji-instax #flash #solarization #requested-post #instant-photography-tips #lomo-instant

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Extend the Borders of Instant Photography with the World’s Most Creative Instant Camera System and say "hello" to the Lomo'Instant Camera! The Lomo'Instant is the perfectly sized Instant Camera to take wherever you go! It’s the most creative way to shoot fantastic photos which you can share anywhere and with everyone in an instant.

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  1. gakurou
    gakurou ·

    Supplementary explanation: Try to "CREATIVE MODE(MIT BLITZ)" shoot in the normal shutter speed.(1/125s)

  2. dopa
    dopa ·

    try to invert them, that'll give you some great results

  3. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    I think they look like xpro shots when inverted. I think this technique is cool and hope to see more shots from everyone in the community as they figure out new ways to "hack" the Instax film!

  4. vlemaster
    vlemaster ·

    I love this! I accidentally stumbled upon this combination and thought I broke it :)
    Thank you for sharing the actual technique.

  5. antiox
    antiox ·

    This is awesome!!! I tried this today and I got some pretty cool results! www.lomography.com/homes/antiox/albums/2047654-lomo-39-inst… Thank you for this cool tipster @gakurou !!!

  6. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·


  7. lillekins
    lillekins ·

    wow! amazing!

  8. marcrider
    marcrider ·

    no entiendo como sale e probado en dejar la lente en 0.4m encender el flash y subir a +2 el diafragma pero solo me da una imagen un poco quemada alguien me puede explicar el proceso mas detalladamente

  9. gakurou
    gakurou ·

    Hola, @MARCRIDER. ¿Pusiste una lente de primer plano?
    Intente tomar el "MODO CREATIVO (MIT BLITZ)" con la velocidad de obturación normal. (1 / 125s)

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