Hello again, analogue lovers! I hope you haven't been waiting too long for the second part of this tutorial. I hope that, now that you're well-informed on the basic equipment you'll need for C-41 home development, you're ready for the actual development process itself, which we will be covering in its entirety in this article.
People are often surprised that I develop and even cross process my own negatives in the comfort of my own home, especially after they've seen my photos. And I am often surprised that they’re surprised, considering how easy it is to do.
German film photographer Hannes—better known as @earlybird in the community—took the brand new 35mm back for the Belair X 6-12 for a spin and we are blown away by the beautiful images! Take note that these are just his test shots, so imagine all the terrific 35mm format possibilities! Read about his first impressions and see his latest Lomographs right here.
I have quite a lot of sixties Dianas and its clones. They all look similar and yet they are all a bit different. I like all those plastic vintage cameras, not only because they look good, but also because they all have their own little quirks and features. However, one stands out, and it is the Debonair. I am really crazy about this one. Let me explain you why.
Ever want to just get away and feel inner peace? Well, on my recent trip to Arizona, I found that on the buttes of Papago Park. Feel the peace.
The first golden rule of Lomography is "Take your camera everywhere you go." The third golden rule of Lomgraphy is "Lomography is not an interference in your life, but part of it." 110 film makes it easy to follow these two rules.
Last weekend while we were baking Christmas cookies with friends (it’s very common to do these baking sessions here in Austria!), we had fun doing some light paintings with the Belair X 6-12! Here’s how I shot the photos…
I received a package from Lomography yesterday afternoon and I thought "I didn't buy anything recently, could it be a wrong postage?" But the information on the package was indeed mine!
Having been waiting for a long long time, the Belair X6-12 Globetrotter Limited Edition is finally in my hands! Let’s take a quick look together and see how we load the first roll!
Hey Canada - The Belairs have finally made the long journey across the ocean to our country! Community members gelagoo and deepfried_goodness were THE very first to place their orders and get their hands on this beautiful camera. Check out their first impressions, including an unboxing vid!
I couldn’t help but pre-order the Belair X 6-12 Globetrotter when I found out that the 120 format camera had special features of shooting in three different modes. After a long month of waiting, I finally have one of the 300 limited pieces of the Globetrotter.
Want a closer look of the Belair X 6-12 cameras? We prepared two videos for you so that you can see its stunning details in 360 degrees!
Lomography just celebrated its 20th birthday and we are definitely in the mood to celebrate!