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5 FUN Ways to Use Fuji Instax Cameras for Instant Photography

Sadly, the cliche, "out with the old, in with the new" applies to almost everything these days it seems.
For example, over the past fifteen years, digital photography has threatened to replace old school instant photography, which was invented by Edwin Land, the Founder of the Polaroid Corporation.


Land and his team at Polaroid pioneered instant cameras and film where instant photos pop right out of the camera and develop right before your very eyes. Polaroid's instant cameras and film exploded on the scene in 1948, but by the new millennium Polaroid had essentially given up on the market and withdrew from the instant market.

But another company - Fujifilm - still saw this niche market as viable and came to the instant photographers' rescue with its very own version of instant cameras and film! Instant photography is still alive and well, thanks to Fuji!

How Fuji Instax is the New Polaroid

Fuji's Instax has become the New Polaroid and uses the exact same one-step photography process with a quality that satisfies even the most devout Polaroid fans! Its wide format film delivers Fujifilm sharp, vivid, super fine-grain prints in a versatile horizontal landscape format that makes it easier to shoot natural landscape and group pictures.

Part of the original purpose of instant cameras and instant photos still exists today: Capturing the "now" of life.

Did you know that 90% of pictures taken are never printed? They stay locked up in a digital camera, a cell phone or on a computer, and never see the light of day. Lots of us still want to see, have, hold and enjoy their photos immediately for the sheer pleasure of seeing that captured moment, special event or experience. Some professions - crime scene investigators, police, insurance, modeling and casting agencies and realtors - actually require the convenience and inability to modify instant photographs.

Here Are 5 FUN Ways to Use the Fuji Instax Instant Camera for Instant Photography:

1. Fuji Instax Can "Power" Event Marketing

The Fuji Instax camera and film combo is a powerful way to instantly capture events and create an "experiential" component in promotion and relationship building efforts with clients. Fuji Instax's instant photography can be one of the essential tools to execute a successful event marketing campaign.

2. Wedding Guest Book Alternative

The Adesso Instant Photo Guest Book for the Fuji Instax combines instant photos of guests at your wedding with their handwritten personalized sentiments and creates a one of a kind instant memento of all your wedding events: bachelorette party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony and wedding reception! Lots more fun and meaningful than a traditional wedding guest book with signatures only!

3. Fuji Instax for Graduations and Graduation Parties

Having classmates write in their school yearbook has become the tradition for graduates - and a cherished keepsake to look at as the years go by.

The Adesso Album Instant Photo Guestbook takes it one step further and creates a "YOURbook" for the graduate. The combination of instant photos of just their friends and family members at their graduation event with hand-written, personalized notes written on the page right next to each photo is a very personal, and meaningful memento for the graduate.

4. Instant Photography for Kid's Parties

Kids are so spontaneous and those special moments in their lives go by so quickly. Instant photography not only captures those special moments, but the pictures are developed instantly for them to see!

So whether it's a baby shower, baptism, bar/bat mitzvah, an end of the school year or birthday party, instant photography will capture those amazingly special kids' moments and give them something to hold in their cute little hands immediately!

5. Fuji Instax for Non-Profit Charity Events

Galas, benefits and fundraisers are the perfect place to shoot instant photos with a Fuji Instax camera. The photos can be used in promotions, print newsletters, mailings and even in an Adesso Album for display and gifting to the sponsor organization.

In the case of celebrity events, the Adesso Album filled with celebrity photos and notes can be auctioned off to raise even more money for the charity.

So it seems that the saying "in with the old, out with the new" actually does apply to instant photography:

Fuji is the NEW Polaroid and there are still lots of ways to utilize and enjoy instant photography!
Author: Lesley Mattos
Artice Source: http://www.articlesphere.com

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