Last week, we showed you some of the amazing photos you can take with the Belair X 6-12 cameras, and today we're delighted to share with you some more. If you haven't tried taking sprocketed panoramas with your Belair camera, maybe these impressive snaps by your fellow lomographers can inspire you to try it yourself!
A few months ago, Lomography introduced the Belair X 6-12 camera’s very own 35mm Back, a nifty tool for lomographers who want to experiment with 35mm film with the medium format wonder. The results of this combination, as you have probably seen from the first best snaps of ccwu, sixsixty, and earlybird, make for interesting sprocketed panoramas, don’t you think?
Today, we’d like to wow you some more by showing more of these awesome sprocketed panoramas, most taken using the Belair x 35mm Back pairing:
Maybe you’re wondering, just how many of those pretty panoramas can you get from a roll of 36-exposure 35mm film? The Belair 35mm Back yields up to 12 104 × 33mm panoramic images, including the sprocket holes — that’s even wider than Sprocket Rocket photos! So, if you’d like to capture as much of the picture-perfect landscapes and cityscapes before you, this panoramic duo should be your way to go!