Am 25.April ist World Pinhole Day! Feiert mit uns und kommt zum Lochbildworkshop im Lomography Gallery Store am 24. April!
Die Urform der Fotografie lebt! Nehmt euch Zeit, lasst die technologisierte Welt hinter euch und macht Fotos wie vor hunderten von Jahren. Am 25. April feiern wir den “World Pinhole Day”. Feiert bereits am 24. April mit und erfahrt alles über Lochbildfotografie in diesem Workshop. Taucht ein in die „Slow Photography“ mit der Diana F+ oder dem Diana Multi Pinhole Operator.
Die Kameras könnt ihr vor Ort ausleihen. Wir geben euch dann alle Informationen, die ihr braucht, um die wunderschönsten Lochbilder zu machen. Der Workshop startet um 14 Uhr im Lomography Gallery Store. Anschließend wollen wir das erlernte in die Praxis umsetzen und machen eine kleine Fototour rund um den Gallery Store.
Samstag, 24. April – um 14 Uhr
Teilnahmebeitrag: € 5 inkl. Leihkamera und Film
Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
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