Shooting Like a Minimalist with the Lomo'Instant Square

In instant photography, the iconic frame is the perfect square. Ready those negative spaces and train your eyes using nominal elements with the Lomo'Instant Square.

Photos by Russel Darling, Audrey Kwok and Brian Bruno

True to the word "minimalist", the key to minimalist photography is to keep elements at a limit. That means that the negative space should be larger than the positive. In others words: open skies, solid backgrounds, minute details. Simple lines and shapes are your friends. Squares have long been a staple in minimalist art itself, like the Bauhaus movement, or Mondrian's paintings, or simply Giorgio Morandi's still life paintings.

Photos by Cyrille Robin and Laura Bonnefous

But don't let the design limitations impair your creativity: the Lomo'Instant Square is equipped with special features such as a splitzer lens, and the multiple-exposure settings to create minimalist abstract art.

The square is your canvas, and the Lomo'Instant Square? Your modernist paintbrush.

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Lomo'Instant Square Glass

Lomo'Instant Square Glass

The Lomo’Instant Square Glass is the first and only fully analogue instant camera on the planet Earth to produce Instax square pictures. It lets you capture the world in a powerful snapshot while the square frame paves the way for wacky compositions. With a 95mm glass lens (45mm equivalent) and an automatic mode that takes care of exposure, the Lomo’Instant Square makes shooting super sharp, perfectly exposed snaps easy.

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