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Create Stunning Photos With 5 Special instax Modes

Posted by Fujifilm Instax December 16, 2016

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Perfect shots are not always created when you’re in the right place at the right time. Sometimes you come across unexpected hidden treasures in not-so-ideal lighting throughout the day. Be prepared to snap a unique shot at any worthwhile moment, by learning what different modes you have available on your instax camera.

Here are five special modes on your instax that can help you create unique photos:

1. Selfie mode

This mode is a crowd favourite, because let’s face it—everyone loves a stunning selfie. The instax 70 captures the appropriate brightness and shooting distance for self-portraits that includes a mirror in the front to help frame your photo perfectly.

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(Photo by Carol Baumgartner)

2. Macro mode

Take a sharp and beautiful up-close instax photo using the macro mode. Distance yourself 30 to 60 centimeters away from your subject for an in-focus shot.

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(Photo by Stefano Druetta)

3.Landscape mode

Going on an adventure with breathtaking scenery? Utilize your landscape mode to focus on as much of the scene as possible from a distance of three meters or more, away.

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(Photo taken Kristen Kuzemko, instax WIDE film)

4. Bulb mode

Take nighttime photos without using flash. Change the brightness of your photo depending on the length of exposure by holding down the shutter button.

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(Photo by Maria Laura Robuschi, instax mini 90 NEO classic)

5. Double exposure

Create a unique and ultra-artsy instax photo by superimposing two different images in one awesome frame. Simply press the shutter button twice to get the result you’d like. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!

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Each instax camera has different modes, explore which modes best suit your lifestyle, here

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