Sometimes as a professional photog you get hung up in the gear and the newest trends. Gotta get this piece of gear, gotta get this lens, this new software. Gotta get this new book maker program .... whatever. I get stuck in it all the time. I buy gear. A year later it's out dated. I buy new gear. A year later it's outdated. It's crazy. It's the biz. I guess. I bought another piece of new gear. But it was geared in another direction. I stepped back a few decades and got a new instant camera. I would say Polaroid, but it's not. Polaroid stopped making their instant film, so it's kinda silly to pick up a new camera made by them. Fuji, however, has a version of the old classic Polaroids called the Instax. It's still being made, the film is still in production and many people are shooting happily with them.
So I got one.
I love it.
No photoshop. No hundreds of frames. One shot. One moment. No brackets. No nothin. 800iso. F14. 1/64-1/200.
I took the boy to the local kiddie park and shot these 10 frames. These are the 10 I like out of the 14 I shot.