In the film days, which for me ended in late 2004, instant film was the only way for a photographer (and everyone else on set) to see what was being captured.

From the perspective of a celebrity/fashion photographer, these could be some tense moments as celebrities, publicists and clients would gather around to take a look, and hopefully see a flattering result right off the bat.

A smart photographer would make sure to keep the first trials away from the sensitive crowd until a perfected image could be presented.

From a session with David Bowie in 2001, Fujifilm Instant Color Film FP-100c. David was not only one of the greatest subject to photograph, but he also had more knowledge of photography than most art directors, and relied on viewing the Instant Film shots with me for all of…

This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Markus Klinko

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