If you’re looking for a cheap point-and-shoot upgrade from Fuji’s last cheap point-and-shoot Instax camera, the company will gladly cover you as of just a few hours ago with the brand new, two-button-two-setting Instax Mini 40 camera. Added to that, if you happen to be missing the darkroom in today’s purely digital photography age, you […]
As I write this in mid-May 2020, it’s week seven of lockdown here in the UK. I’ve been furloughed and have found myself at home with buckets of time and very few ideas on what to do with it. Having burned through much more film than I normally would, just because developing it was something […]
Fujifilm Instax covers a huge range of instant film and cameras created and sold since 1998. Over the past 2+ decades, while the number of other instant film options have dwindled to just enough to count with your fingers and toes, Instax has gone from strength to strength. In this article, I cover the history […]
It’s been sometime now since I won a Leica Sofort &
I made this
Shot on Fuji Velvia 100 (RVP100) at EI 100
Color reversal (slide) film in 120 format shot as 6×6
I’m happy to finally bring you an interview with the mind behind black and white Instax photography before there was Instax Mini Monochrome!
We are Damian and Sandra, and like many of EMULSIVE’s readers, we are passionate about photography!
Some of our followers on Instagram have come across our Fujifilm Monochrome Photo Competition test entry on our website and noticed one
Thank you all very much for your patience over the past few weeks.
…aka Fuji Instax Mini Monochrome Photo Contest addendum
Soon after we launched the Instax Mini Monochrome competition, a potential entrant reminded us that we had not disclosed the judging criteria.
In recognition of supply inconsistencies so close to the global release of Instax Mini Monochrome, the judges have decided to extend the deadline until midnight on Sunday December 11th.
I’m going to call this an informal assessment, because it’s neither properly a product review, nor a test report.
Welcome to – to the best of my knowledge – the world’s first review of Fuji Instax Mini Monochrome!