At Lomography Gallery Store Manchester! Want to have complete control over the shots that you are taking, rather than just simply pointing and shooting? Then the Lubitel is for you! Einav is our Lubitel lover extraordinaire from Australia where she exhibited her photography using her favourite Lomography weapon of choice.
What: Lubitel Lovers with Einav Leshetz Camera: Lubitel
Einav thrives on travel portraiture photography and loves experimenting with film and exposure. Einav will cover this more advanced camera and will be teaching all the practical methods you need to get started and fall in love with this twin-lens beauty too. This is not only a great chance to try one of the most dynamic cameras that we have but also the chance to get some real hands on advice from someone who loves the Lubitel just as much as we do. We know you too will find yourself unable to resist the wonderful shots this camera provides. Tickets are £15 and include a presentation, lend-a-camera, one roll of film and 10% off film processing.
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