This workshop will focus on the tiniest Lomography cameras around. The Baby 110 Diana and Fisheye!
Take your pick to baby – sit for the day. Learn all about 110 film and the benefit of shooting with such a tiny camera. Be sure to bring your baby 110 to this workshop to get in free of charge! But if you don’t have one of your own you can adopt one for the day. It’s only $10, and that also gets you a roll of film and a class taught by a pro Lomographer.
What: Baby 110 workshop! When: Saturday March 2nd at 2 pm Where: Lomography Gallery Store Chicago Cost:FREE if you have your own camera, and we’ll give you a roll of film to shoot. $10 will get you a loaner camera for the day and a roll of film to shoot, $7 if you have a valid student ID!
The workshop will begin at our Lomography Gallery Store Chicago in Wicker Park.
Lomography Chicago 1422 N. Milwaukee Ave Chicago, IL 60642 Sunday – Friday 11am – 7pm Saturday 11am – 9pm 872.206.2253
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