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The look you are desiring is as much about the light being shot and the exposure levels chosen as it is about the film itself. Instax seems to be fairly low contrast, less saturated, and slightly cooler in temperature than what most digital cameras output by default. But if you look for photos tagged with "Instax" on flickr, you quickly see the wide variety ...
You can get a result like this by creating a duplicate layer on Photoshop, and giving it a Gaussian Blur, then lowering the opacity of that layer. This gives the image a radiant glowing effect. Also, Joshua Cripps does a good tutorial on this effect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGNctntIOx8 Hope this is the effect you're looking for
The pics are very well thought and was taken with carefully setting the background/foreground colour schema, lighting, etc. highlights, shadows, midtones, and contrast is very hard to define just by looking at the pics (for me atleast) But when I have to reproduce the effect I do the following 1) take the picture in well light natural light area. if I ...
There are a number of solid Lightroom- and Photoshop-specific resources online, but you're correct in that they tend to introduce specific features of the software rather than why and when to use each feature for aesthetic effect. Although I'll recommend some resources that help with the latter, I think anyone reading this should learn both. The notion of ...
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