I love instant photography. Here are some of the first Instax Mini photos I’ve taken with the Lomo LC Wide. I dig the washed out, overexposed look coupled with strong vignetting that this camera yields. I could have adjusted the shutter speed to tone the exposure down, but I liked the bright, poppy look. Most of these shots were taken at Hahoe Village ( 하회마을 ), a Unesco heritage site. There was a traditional mask dance going on that day, so there were quite a few people in attendance to give it a peep. I think I’m most fond of the polaroid with the baby strapped to his father. The baby is toting a toy gun. Good stuff.
Also captured here is a shot of my car, a little Hyundai Atoz. It’s a $400 car that has taken me all over Korea the past 3 or so years I’ve had it. Without my car, it would be difficult to go on such road trips to capture this land and people. Gotta be thankful for what you’ve got!
Lomo LC Wide / LC-A Instant Back / expired Instax Mini Polaroid film