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.
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:
I found many great pictures here at the community with this combination:
At first, I thought black and white film and the Belair is a great combination, but now I prefer shooting with a redscaled roll. After I tried a normal color 35mm roll in my Belair (here is the Tipster), I will try a redscaled 35mm roll in my Belair next time. I’m really interested about the pictures I will get!
Are you so excited as I am? Then do a great Lomography Redscale Film in your Belair and go out! Even with this dreary weather you’ll get a little bit of color in your analogue life.
The “Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120”: http://shop.lomography.com/lomography-redscale-xr-50-200-120-pack-of-3?utm_source=www&utm_medium=magazine&utm_campaign=lomography-redscale-xr-50-200-120-pack-of-3_footer gives you full control over your redscale images. With its extended ISO range, you can pick an effect that you want and set the ISO accordingly. Your images will exude a lovely retro feel. See our selection of Lomography films “here”: http://shop.lomography.com/films/lomography-film?utm_source=www&utm_medium=magazine&utm_campaign=lomography-film_footer.
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