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I live in an area that gets pretty quiet at night. The buildings are well lit but the empty parking lots and lack of people make this ideal for night shooting.

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Another night shot. Bulb mode on the mini 90 takes instant photos to new frontiers.

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A bright and sunny Alberta spring day. Too cold for the birds though. Shot in D mode. On bright sunny days I find D mode really brings out the colour.

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Alberta is famous for its big blue sky. The instax mini 90 has a nice wide lens for these types of shots. Shot in D mode.

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The Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton, Alberta. Shot in D mode.

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Picnic tables frozen in water. Edmonton skyline in the background. Shot in D mode.

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Going up the trail. Shot in D mode.

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Get below or above. See where it takes you. Shot in D mode.

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Roar. Shot in D mode.

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I caught this church out of the corner of my eye the other day.  I had to go shoot it. Shot in D mode.

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Impression of the instax mini 90

My shooting style is fairly impulsive. The one thought that constantly enters my mind as I shoot is ‘I can't wait to see how this turns out’. Like most film cameras, the Fujifilm instax mini 90 makes you slow down and think about your shot. Film only has so many shots, after all. instant film has a joy to it. While not as immediate as digital, it has the advantage of speed. You see your work fairly quickly and it is always welcome at parties. I carry it with me on most of my photo walks. The mini 90 has some great features (such as bulb mode) that really elevate the camera's usefulness and charm.

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