Saturday May 19th at 1pm at the Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy in NYC, Lomography staff member Kat and a few lucky participants shared a beautiful day in Gramercy. We enjoyed a sun-filled afternoon snapping photos with our cute lil' Diana Mini in our latest workshop, "Seeing Double with the Diana Mini".
What: Seeing Double with the Diana Mini
When: Saturday May 19th, 2012 at 1pm
Where: Gramercy Neighborhood
Camera: Diana Mini
Technique: Half frames, Diptychs and Multiple Exposures
We took our Diana minis and hit the streets taking shots of anything and everything that caught our attention! In catering to the Diana mini’s best talents, we played around with the double exposure feature and the mini-half frame. This camera may be small in stature, but its big in awesomeness!
We explored diptychs and how images can be best paired, and Gramercy does not lack in interesting content and characters for us to shoot! During our afternoon adventure we came across a dance parade filled with elaborate costumes, a man making 5 foot long bubbles, and an outdoor market. Having just mastered the art of double exposure, this gave us the perfect opportunity to take pictures of fun and exciting things. We had a fantastic time, hope you’ll join us next time!
Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy
106 East 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
Monday- Saturday: 10:30am- 9:00pm
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The Diana Mini is the ultra-compact, petite version of the Diana F+. This camera takes soft-focused, lo-fi images in 35mm and allows you to change between half-format and square shots with a flick of a switch. Get your own Diana Mini now!
written by lomographynyc on 2012-05-25 in #news #xpro #workshops-nyc #diptychs #gramercy #spring #new-york #new-york-city #double-exposure #diana-mini #35mm-films #multiple-exposures #analogue-cameras #cross-processing