Newmindspace's Photograph!

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People photographing people photographing people. All you need is a camera.

People photographing people photographing people. All you need is a camera.

Meet at South Street Seaport with a camera at 4 PM on September 19th, 2009 and start snapping away. Costumes optional :) If you’re in New York and want to meet up for this event, leave a comment!

Afterward, upload the photos on Flickr or Lomography and add the link to http://newmindspace.com!

Directions: Take the 2 or 3 train to Fulton St., walk southeast. Meet in the middle of South Street Seaport.

Rain or shine, FREE FOR ALL AGES!

From Newmindspace:
We love the art of photography. It captures beautiful moments in time, and often the camera captures more than we experienced at our own events.

Many have commented over the years that it seems like there are just as many photographers at our events as participants, and while this is not literally true, it can seem that way sometimes. So we decided to hold an event that skips the foreplay and goes straight to the photos. People photographing people photographing people.

There is no real winner in this game, except perhaps those lucky souls who seem to make it into every photo. A costumer’s paradise. Or perhaps an exhibitionist’s? We will link up some scripts on the Newmindspace site for you to automatically add your photos and Flickr and Lomo feeds instantly in the oversharing tradition of Now :) All you need is a camera.

written by migueld on 2009-09-17 in #events #manhattan #free #fun #nyc #new-york #crowds #cameras #people #new-york-city

5 Comments

  1. thesarahshow
    thesarahshow ·

    Hmm...I think I will be there!

  2. xbalboax
    xbalboax ·

    how long is this event? i dont get out of work until 7pm

  3. makeyuu
    makeyuu ·

    people shooting people, come together!!

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    Sounds cool !

  5. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    looks fun!

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