If you have an instant camera, have you ever tried taking digital photos of the prints right after you made them? For his series titled “Instax Windows“, Shawn McClung carries around a digital camera and snaps a digital photo of his Fuji Instax prints right after they’re taken, with the scene in the print lined up with the real world.
My technique of taking a picture with my Fuji Instax instant camera, waiting for it to develop, and then taking a picture with my fisheye and having the Instax photo in the frame as close to where it should be as possible. This creates almost a see-through effect. [#]
This could also be a fun idea for some creative portraiture (like in the second photo). To see more of McClung’s “Instax Window” photos, check out this Flickr set.
Image credit: Photographs by Shawn McClung and used with permission