Party Time in Santa Monica!

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The doors are opening and the party has officially started here in Santa Monica!

After some hooting, hollering and getting the team ready, the doors are officially open on the new Lomography Gallery Store Santa Monica. We’re SO excited for the grand opening of the fourth official Lomography store here in the US.

Come join the party!

Right Now – Thursday, October 6, 2011; 7:00 – 10:00pm
Lomography Gallery Store Santa Monica
321 Santa Monica Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401

written by abpos on 2011-10-06 in #news #santa-monica #lgs-santa-monica #lomography #lomo #grand-opening-party #santa-monica-opening #lomography-gallery-store-opening

6 Comments

  1. emperornorton
    emperornorton ·

    Not to mention two in Los Angeles County. When are you coming down to the OC?

  2. whalesurf
    whalesurf ·

    Yeah an OC store would be cool. A shorter drive would almost make up for your overpriced film.

  3. noe_arteaga
    noe_arteaga ·

    @whalesurf $9.90 for a 3pack of 800 speed 35mm film OR $14.90 for a 3pack of 400 speed 120 film is NOT overpriced!

  4. noe_arteaga
    noe_arteaga ·

    @whalesurf $9.90 for a 3pack of 800 speed 35mm film OR $14.90 for a 3pack of 400 speed 120 film is NOT overpriced!

  5. whalesurf
    whalesurf ·

    @noe_arteaga I suggest you shop around a little more. I can individually buy 400 speed 120 film B & W for as little as $2.79 each. Color @ $3.49. Do the math.

  6. noe_arteaga
    noe_arteaga ·

    @whalesurf I'm not saying their prices are the cheapest, but from my experience, Lomography emulsions are excellent and definitely not overpriced. Not overpriced does not mean least expensive.

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