Since we’ve already shown you lomographer ccwu’s impressive Belair 35mm Back panoramas in black and white, it’s time for us to share with you those that he shot in Lomography color negative films! They’re also just as stunning, so you should definitely read on and take a look!
A while back, we showed you the monocromatic panoramics that lomographer ccwu achieved when he equipped the Belair X 6-12 with its dedicated 35mm Back and loaded it with Lady Grey B&W 400. Now, we’d like to show you the results of his Belair 35mm attempts with Lomography Color Negative Films in 100 ISO, 400 ISO, and 800 ISO speeds.
Ready? Here we go:
Our lomographer here who hails from Taiwan, has certainly perfected the art of panorama using the Belair 35mm Back, don’t you think? Following his discovered technique of setting his subjects against an interesting background or a picturesque landscape, he got beautiful color photos that highlighted his subjects. It’s also interesting how the tinge of muted hues made his panoramas a little more dramatic. Great job, ccwu!
How do you find ccwu’s first few Belair panoramas taken using Lomography’s color negative films and the Belair 35mm Back? Why don’t you leave a comment below and let ccwu know your thoughts!