Enjoying the film voyeurism? Here's the next installment from our new "Show Your Stash" series and we've got Los Angeles-based analogue lady, @blueskyandhardrock! Check out the essential camera gear and gizmos she brought along on her recent trip to Seattle!Read the full article →
We're happy to report that there's no stopping our fellow community members from taking stunning phtoos using their Belair X 6-12 cameras. Take a look at some of our favorite Belair snaps in this editors' picks showcase!Read the full article →
Here's the part two of my lengthy but hopefully extensive review of Lomography's Belair x 6-12.Read the full article →
While it hasn't been that long since Lomography launched the Belair X 6-12, it's never to early for us to look back at what our fellow lomographers have to say about this medium format shooter. If you've ever missed a Belair review, allow us to take you back to some of the insightful first impressions in this installment of Reviews on Rewind.Read the full article →
Are you one of the proud owners of a beautiful Belair X 6-12 but would like to expand your horizons in terms of taking photos with it? We come to your rescue with some neat tips from your fellow Belair shooters, in case you missed these tipster articles!Read the full article →
Okay, the Lomography Belair x 6-12 Jetsetter may not be the new hotness anymore, but I’ve still got my review to write! I wanted to wait until I got my pictures back before making any kind of a judgement.
Meet my Belair. My first association was with the Fresh Prince of Belair, so I thought of naming the camera Will, but then logic prevailed: Will wasn’t from Belair! Will’s from West Philidelphia (born & raised)! So clearly my Belair’s name had to be Carlton.
I finally got my hands on a Belair X 6-12 Jetsetter, threw all the film types I have at it, and get, well, something.Read the full article →
I have shot only one redscale roll with my Belair, but I’m in love with this combination, especially with this dark and grey weather in our cold winter in Germany. I took the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 and shot it at ISO 50. I wish the results would be more cool, but my Belair did a little under exposure so I expected these results. But, for the next roll, I will try to fool the light meter from my Belair. I hope I get a little bit more cool results.
Look at my results in 6×6 with the 58mm lens:
Now that it's been a while since the world first saw the Belair, I see more and more wonderful pictures with redscaled film and the Belair.Read the full article →