Have you ever seen those magical photos where one photo is sandwiched on top of another one? That's called a double exposure and this workshop is dedicated to mastering double exposures on the Diana F+! Come to the Diana F+ double exposure workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store Chicago in Wicker Park on Sunday December 2nd at 2pm to learn how to master double exposures!
What: Double Exposures with the Diana F+ Camera, Film, or Accessory: Diana F+, 120 film Technique or Tipster: Learn how to make double exposures with the lovely Diana F+
The Diana F+ is a super diverse camera capable of a lot of fun tricks, one of them being- double exposures! Double exposures are when you take one photo over another photo without winding the film forward. Come learn how to double the fun with double exposures!
When: Sunday, December 2nd @2pm Where: Lomography Gallery Store Chicago Cost: Free if you bring your Diana F+, $10 will get you a loaner Diana F+ for the day and a roll of film, $7 if you bring a valid Student ID.
The workshop will begin at our Lomography Gallery Store Chicago in Wicker Park on Sunday, December 2nd at 2pm. See you there!
Lomography Chicago 1422 N. Milwaukee Ave Chicago, IL 60642 Sunday – Thursday 11am – 7pm Friday – Saturday 11am – 9pm 872.206.2253
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