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.
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.
As millennials, we’re naturally inclined to film our every move, regardless of whether anyone actually cares. With road trip season underway, this mini dash cam will ensure that you never miss a scenic moment en route. Easily add it to your car’s front dashboard, install the iOS or Android app and you’re all set. It even comes with crash detection, so it’ll start recording automatically when it detects a potential threat.
Don’t let your smartphone photos stagnate on your hard drive, print them out directly from your smartphone using this super handy instant printer. Great for sharing memorable photos instantly with friends. You can even add filters before printing using the app. Probably the funnest, most useful smartphone accessory. It even comes equipped with 5 packs of 10 sheets of film.
Aspiring food bloggers rejoice, Foldio’s portable smartphone lightbox will have you taking succulent photos of your meals with nothing but your phone’s camera. It’s perfect for taking professional photos of small items (or pets) without getting your panties in a twist because of your horrible indoor lighting situation. Of course, it can also be used with a DSLR, since it’s essentially just a mini lightbox.