June is perfect to launch this light-loving camera rocket into the summer skies. Together with the Sprocket Rocket, we are about to discover your favorite observation points and experiment with the great panorama format, which includes the sprocket holes of the film! Be there and experience your city from a new perspective!
The Sprocket Rocket perforation panorama is really capable of alienating old familiar places and scenes. Everything is gonna be a bit more weird – even a bit… extraterrestrial.
When: Saturday, 16.06.12 @ 14 pm – Sprocket Rocket Summer Star (Sprocket Rocket) Price:Tickets are € 10 and are inclusive of lend-a-camera, 1 film, plus 10% off film processing. Where:Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
T: 030 202 151 62 email@example.com.
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