Need an idea on how to spruce up your street photography skills? Take a hint from our colleagues at Lomography HK and these cool street snaps taken using the Belair Instant Back!
Street photography is fun to do since you get to lose yourself in the streets by taking the sights with you with every click of the shutter. You just breathe in the experience and capture it on film as you compose, wait for the decisive moment as preached by Henri Cartier-Bresson and click when that elusive moment comes.
It’s a good thing that you can now see those gritty street snaps mere minutes after you snap them. The Belair Instant Back will be your go-to accessory whenever you’re out on the streets and looking to capture great moments on film. These Belair Instant Back snaps from our colleagues at Lomography Hong Kong give us a taste of street life on Fuji Instax Wide film! Every snap is just bursting with lo-fi goodness!
Now’s your chance to get your street photography sessions a fresh kick with the Belair Instant Back! Pair this up with your high flying medium-format Belair X 6-12 camera and you’re good to go. For those who are just tuning in, it’s not too late to get your own Belair camera and Instant Back! Just put the Belair Instant Kit in your shopping cart and shoot your way to street photographer status in an instant. Head on over to the Online Shop and buy now!
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