“TRANSIT” magazine travels to the South of India to capture the hearts of the people using Instax Mini 90 Film!
When travelling, Instax film can be a great way of connecting with people. The Chief Editor of “Transit magazine“ which is Travel Culture magazine, visited the South of India to try out the Instax Mini 90 Film. Through instax photo, they discover the heart of the local people. This is from the special March issue of Transit magazine and can be found on the Cheki Press website.
Instax photo can be a great way to connect people on your travels. The Chief Editor of Transit magazine travelled to the South of India to test the new Instax Mini 90, and through the use of Instax photo discovered the hearts of the locals.
This report is from 35th “Transit Magazine” which was out on March 17 2017 and can be found of the instax.com.
Traveling South India with insax
Whenever the shutter clicked and Instax photo appeared, people gathered around to see, but they were always confused to see the white of the undeveloped photos still in white. Nowadays, because of digital cameras and smartphones, we commonly expect to see photos immediately. As the images finally developed and they recognized themselves, their expressions would had turned from surprise to delight.
With Instax, I was given a peek into the lives of the people of South India, and the chance to discover the heart of the country. Thanks to Instax, I was able to share the photos with the people so that they could keep the memories in their wallets.
It makes me happy to know that somewhere in South India my Instax photos are spreading happiness. I cannot wait to see what memories my Instax will help me capture next!
photo and comment by Sayoka Hayashi (TRANSIT)
edit by Yuka Yamane
translate by Asuka Yoshitaka