Here’s everything you need to know to capture the perfect first photo on the Polaroid x Keith Haring Now camera.
Translation missing: en.In the frame or outside the lines
Translation missing: en.Put your eye to the viewfinder to compose your shot. The camera uses autofocus – just make sure you are at least 55cm (1.8ft) from your subject. When you’ve got your creative vision locked in, keep the camera steady and press the shutter button to capture
Translation missing: en.Make it flashy
Translation missing: en.Want to light up the contours and lines of your subject? Use the flash to take your best shots. The flash triggers by default, but you can press the flash button on the back panel once to turn it off. Make sure the sun is behind you for best results
Develop your talent
Your photo will eject under the film shield. Leave it a few seconds, then lift the shield and let it roll back in the camera. Remove the photo and place it face down to develop. Check the film pack for developing times, and don’t shake your photos! That’s a myth.
Here’s Hatti, our in-house photographer, to take you through every feature.
Translation missing: en.Timeless photos with self‑timer
Translation missing: en.Tap the self-timer button once to light up the LED orange. Line up the shot and press the shutter button. Is it blinking? You have 9 seconds to get in the frame and strike your pose
Double exposure, more creativity
Create without limits, using the double-exposure feature. Tap the self-timer button twice for double exposure mode. The display will indicate ‘1’ until the first shot is taken, then ‘2’ until the second shot.
Translation missing: en.Recharge your creative battery
Translation missing: en.Artists sleep too. When you’re done shooting, just tap the ON | OFF button for ½ a second. Store unopened film in the fridge for best results
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