Come with us and enjoy the colorful carnival of Sitges with our most well regarded gem, the LC-A+! We'll put cross processing and double exposures to the test, shooting away the wonderful customs and characters that join the party.
February is a month marked by carnivals all around the world and to celebrate it we have prepared a special workshop. We’ll visit the Sitges carnival and immerse ourselves into an adventurous and unpredictable ride.
Our cameras are best friends with fun indiscreet pictures, so there can’t be a better opportunity to click the carnival away.
If you haven’t had the pleasure to shoot with our wonderful LC-A+, you’ll have the opportunity to make your debut in the most unique and appropiated setting to exploit it’s capacities to the most.
So now you know, this is the perfect excuse to go to the carnival, take some cool shots, have fun and meet some other lomographers, all in search of action.
For those of you who live in Sitges and surroundings you can just go directly to the Sitges train station but please let us know about it through telephone or e-mail. We don’t want you to get lost and miss all the fun.
Saturday February the 18th
At what time?
From 15:00 till 20:00
The price would be 25€
It includes theoretical and practical class, two 35mm rolls, beverage and 10% disccount on developing. (train ticket to Sitges not included)
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