The South Street Seaport is a great place to spend an afternoon photographing and people watching. There are so many Lomographic opportunities! Take a trip with us to the bottom of Manhattan to shoot the Sardina at the seaport!
WHAT: Experience the Seaport with a Sardina
Be adventurous this weekend and head to the South Street Seaport with the Lomography crew! Everyone will be equipped with a La Sardina camera and a roll of film. Capture all the beauty of the seaport with a wide angle lens and learn how this little camera works. No photography experience necessary just come ready to have some fun!
Workshops are $10 ($7 for students). Admission includes a free roll of film and a loaner camera if applicable. All participants will receive a 10% coupon for the store! Come in to either location, call, or email us at email@example.com to hold your place!
WHEN: June, 3rd – 2pm
WHERE: Lomography Gallery Store NYC Greenwich Village
41 West 8th Street
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