Saturday, May 5th, we had a fling at the Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy in NYC... a fling with film! Our Spring (Film) Fling workshop taught participants all they needed to know about choosing the right film for their personal Lomographic style.
For those new to Lomography and those well versed in our myriad of fun cameras alike, this workshop was a great way for everyone to get to know film better. After getting to know each other on both a photographic and personal level, we dived right in. We learned the in’s and out’s of ISO, and how to choose the right film for the right lighting situation. We discussed the differences between color negative and color positive, black and white film, and what cross processing even means!
Once we knew all we needed to know about our wonderful variety of choices, we decided if we wanted to shoot 120 or 35mm, and loaded up in Diana F+s, La Sardinas, Fisheyes, and LC-A+s with our film of choice! The photos above were taken on the LC-A+ No Nukes with Lomography 35mm 200 xpro! What fun!
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