One of many equipment you should purchase for a few of Lomography’s prompt cameras is the Splitzer, an add-on element that makes it doable to shoot a number of exposures on the identical body. Sadly, the accent isn’t out there for the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90, however photographer Guillermo Hernandez has managed to create his personal 3D-printed model for the favored digicam.

Just like the Splitzer, the 3D-printed element merely attaches to the entrance of the lens. To seize a double publicity, merely cowl the half of the body you don’t need uncovered, take a shot, then rotate the Splitzer 180-degrees earlier than taking one other shot.

As you may see within the pattern pictures beneath, this lets you create distinctive compositions whereby a single topics could be in two locations without delay or body the identical object side-by-side.

It’s undoubtedly a novel accent, however it’s a enjoyable option to get a bit extra out of a Fujifilm Instax digicam. Hernandez is promoting his Instax Mini 90 Splitzer in a number of colours for $5 on eBay with $three delivery, however when you’ve got entry to a 3D printer and know some primary CAD tutorials you might most likely whip up one your self. Hernandez has different 3D-printed photo-related merchandise on his eBay retailer, too.