The annual St. Patrick's Day parade is a NYC tradition dating back more than 200 years! The Parade marched for the first time on March 17, 1762 - fourteen Years before the Declaration of Independence was adopted and today it is the largest Parade in the World.
To this day, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade remains true to its roots as a true marchers Parade by not allowing floats, automobiles and other commercial aspects in the Parade.
Put on your finest green pants and join us Saturday March 17th at noon for a really fun walking tour! We will bring a bag of different cameras and films so that everyone can have fun shooting as the parade marches by, and we will be shooting movies on the Lomokino to document our journey! Bring a friend!
This workshop is free!
Lomography Gallery Store NYC
106 E 23rd Street NYC 10010
written by lomographynyc on 2012-03-06 in #events #color-negatives #photowalk #35mm-films #gramercy #analogue-cameras #lomography-gallery-store #workshops #nyc #120-films #art #movies #street-photography #festivals