Fujifilm has many innovative photography solutions to consider when shopping for back to school. For many students, the inexpensive and incredibly fun Instax line of cameras and instant printers is perfect for their needs. For other students, especially those hoping to develop skills as a videographer or experiment with developing and large format printing, Fujifilm has a great range of Mirrorless cameras. Learn more about your options then enter to win their newest instant printer.
Instant photography makes going back to school fun
For teachers and students, the return to class will begin another year of solidifying old friendships, building new friendships and, creating memories that will last forever. A great way to celebrate all of this is with instant photography. See a friend; take their picture; print their picture; put that picture on a wall or in your locker or …. There are millions of ways to have fun with the images you print using an Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 printer. For example, you know you’ll be going to some birthday parties: friends love getting these little printed memories as gifts!
Teachers too are having fun with Instax printers. Take photos of your students for a colourful poster of goals, achievements, etc. There are tons of websites by teachers with amazingly creative ideas for having fun. What would you do?
Fujifilm innovation enables you to do more than just capture time in a bottle
Instant photography, as made possible with Fujifilm’s Instax printers, is better than just trapping time in a photo. We all do that everyday on our phones. But our phones can only do so much. Fujifilm provides solutions for everything else that photography promises for our lives. Thanks to an Instax printer, you can get those images from your phone onto a format that you can put on a wall, on your fridge, in a birthday card, or in your diary.
Fujifilm’s innovations go far beyond instant photography. They have been trailblazers in professional cameras for creating the highest quality images and videos. For example, just this month Fujifilm announced a new line of mirrorless cameras, the Fujifilm X-H2. If you want to create video in stunning 8K resolution, then this is the kind of camera you might choose. You could explore your photo and video creative limits with a camera like that! Think about what you want from photography as you enter for a chance to win one of the prizes in this contest.
How to enter
Entering this contest is easy and you can enter in two different ways.
- In a comment below this article, suggest at least two innovative ways students or teachers could use the instant prints that can be created using the Mini Link printers from Fujifilm.
- Explore the range of Fujifilm products at Best Buy, then in a comment below the X-H2 mirrorless camera announcement article on the blog, tell us which Fujifilm product (name and model number or link) you like best and why.
What you can win
At the end of this contest we will randomly select two (2) winners. Each will receive a Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 Printer and a two pack of Instax Film.
This contest runs from September 22nd until Oct 6th.
Remember you can enter in two different ways. However, you know many students and likely one or two teachers, who might love an opportunity to win one of these great Fujifilm prizes. Share this contest so more people you know have a chance to win.
Win a Fujifilm Instax Mini 2 Printer Contest Rules and Regulations
I am happy to announce the winner(s) of the Fujifilm Instax Mini Link 2 Smartphone Printer:
Jeff H – Toronto, ON
Sharon B – St. John’s, NL
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Science project and outdoor field trip
Student of the month
They could use them to create greeting cards or class picture mementos
Students could use the printer to take pictures of their classmates, and have someone take a picture of them, write their names on the back, and put them in a time capsule to open later, and see how everyone’s changed and whether they can remember everyone’s name!
teachers could use the pictures, with names attached, to remind themselves of which test belongs to which student.
Take a picture of a student at the beginning of the year and then at the end of the year to see the change and the student would have a keepsake for that year.
Projects and presentations
Students could use it for projects. Teachers could use it for classroom decoration.
A teacher could snap photos of each child having fun in the classroom or out on playground and post them to a Fun wall in classroom.
Students and teachers cans use them for projects and class decoration.
Students could use it for presentations. Teachers could use it for name tags.
For students: custom trading cards and for Teachers: classroom displays
Great for field trips, and year end events. So many uses.
Any way you look at for whatever purpose it is a plus.
Maybe pictures of the start and the finish of projects or beginning and finish of races Smile Please and thanks
1. Document the steps in a process project.
2. Art collages
3. Field trip documentation
Students could use it to share photos with their friends; teachers could use it to promote team players in their classroom
Students and teachers can use the Mini Link 2 Smartphone Printer to create their own custom trading cards to share with their class
They can also use it to show off their class achievements during the school year and display them near the front of the class.
I would say field trip and presentationa
Teachers could use to prepare visual schedules and students could use for their projects!
1. making cue cards 2. making name tags
Both teachers and students can use it for presentations.
Journalism projects – students could make their own news stories.
Photography competition- students could be inspired to take the best photo they can of their community. The photos could be posted on the wall and voted on.
Students could use the prints to illustrate their written reports. They could also make mini graphic novels with their photographs, using black & white photos for historical stories would be an effective presentation.
Students could use it for presentations and the teachers could use it for displays
I think Students could use it for presentations. Teachers could use it for displays
Students could use it for presentations. Teachers could use it for displays In the room
Students could use it for presentations. Teachers could use it for displays
Students could use it for presentations. Teachers could use it for displays in the classroom, photos of the students.
Flash cards for studying
use the photos for to put in front of lockers, use the photos as name tags on boards
This would be great for me to print pictures of my granddaughter!
The insta prints could be used in all manner of assignments. Students could use them to support essays and history and geography papers to help their thesis. They could also be used to update yearbooks and school newspapers with monthly items.
Love these! I’d say these would be great for taking snaps of the start and the finish of your science project! So many great uses and I think these would be great gifts for my grandkids for Christmas!
This would be great for my black and white pictures
1) Students could use for high quality pictures.
2) Students could use it for awesome presentations!
These would be great for field trips! School photo day as well!
Field trips and presentations/projects/reports!
students and teachers could use this to take photos for class group projects, and for “Student of the month”
Could be used for special events.. and even for taking pictures of notes from white/black board.
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