Ever wondered just how far you can take your polaroid photography skills? The Polaroid Book is an immense curation of polaroid images taken by hundreds of photographers around the world. It goes beyond the classic coffee table book to something inspiring, engaging and educating. You don’t have to be a photographer to appreciate the wonders of the book. After devouring all 350 pages of this book, you’ll probably want to buy some more film for your dust-collection polaroid camera.
Fujifilm INSTAX wide is a must-have for retro camera lovers or instant film fanatics. Unlike traditional polaroid snapshots, photos are printed larger so they can really be seen and enjoyed. It comes with a close-up lense, allowing you to take memorable photos from an expanded range. Despite large and retro-looking photos, the best part about this camera is the candid moments and memories that will be captured and shared on the spot. Tagging a friend in a party photo or sending it by text just doesn’t have the same effect as handing over a tangible photo with the date scribbled on with a sharpie.
Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs is probably the best comprehensive beginner's guide to photography. Written in a straightforward non-techie language, it’s one of the rare photography tutorials that won’t leave you questioning terms like “chromatic aberration”. Anyone who feels as though they’re not using their DSLR camera to its maximum potential should take the time to read this book.
The small Lomography Diana Mini Flash Camera uses retro 35mm films and shoot 36 square shots or half-frame photos. This might not be digital but you surely will love the way your picture will come out. This little camera is pretty unique and the pictures you’ll get will be pure win.
The Polaroid Cube is a must-have accessory for travellers and adventurers of all kinds. Asides from being one of the smallest and cheapest action cameras on the market, its shockproof design makes it resistant to even the most extreme acts of clumsiness.