Just got my first shots from my new Belair camera by Lomography. The Belair is a 120 film camera that can shoot 6X6, 6X9, or 6X12 frames. It also features interchangeable lenses and an auto-exposure. At the bottom of this post I’ll post a little mini-review.
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Finally got a chance to visit Muir Woods with some friends. I’ve never had much luck shooting nature scenes, so I thought I’d shake things up a little bit and shoot the trip with a Diana F+ and some of Lomo’s 400 ISO film. 120 film usually yields 12 shots per roll, but I decided […]
Sunday Streets in the Mission is always my favorite San Francisco event. During last month’s event, I loaded up my Diana F+ with some Crossbird 120 film and had it cross processed. Love the results.
I bought my Diana (by Lomography) in December from Photobooth SF (where I also got this tintype portrait). I figured learning more about analog photography could be a great way to help me improve aspects of my digital photography. I shot my first four rolls of film using the “pinhole” exposure… meaning not a single […]