Lomography NYC goes to Fashion Week!

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On February 8th two Lomographers equipped themselves with assorted Lomography cameras and headed out to shoot “Aboriginal” - Dannijo’s Fall 2011 collection for NYC Fashion Week.

Hans Hendley and Jessica Edwards loaded up an LC-A+, a Sprocket Rocket, and a Diana Mini, and ventured over to the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC for a night of fun, fashion and Lomography.

The show was chilled with an underlying rustic, wild west vibe. Both sides of the room were like sets from an old western film, making the entire evening perfect for exciting Lomographs! The evening was obviously a huge success, as the room was filled with fashionistas and plenty of celebs, which were of course all snapped away by our favorite Lomography cameras!

Diana Mini

Sprocket Rocket

LC-A+

Overall the Lomographers definitely stood out from the DSLR crowd and other photographers of the evening, they were a real hit!

written by lomographynyc on 2011-02-11 in #lifestyle #party #fashion #dannijo #lomography #analogue-lifestyle #sprocket-rocket #fashion-week #diana-mini #ringflash #nyc-new-york #lc-a #show

7 Comments

  1. crumpy
    crumpy ·

    Awesome. These pictures are all beautiful. Any chance of meta data or quick little technique summary?

  2. laurasulilly
    laurasulilly ·

    I think the Diana Mini's half frame fits the fashion show style best! Lovely!

  3. maxe
    maxe ·

    i think so to.
    i the Fotos very much but the Diana Mini half frame style is fitting best.

  4. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Love the minis! What film??

  5. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    nice photos! any reason why these girls can't smile or is it just because they're in the fashion world??? ;)

  6. hanshendley
    hanshendley ·

    To answer the questions, the Diana Mini & LC-A shots are on Lomography Xpro 200 ISO film and the Sprocket Rocket is on Lomography Colorneg 800 ISO and Lomography Xpro 100 ISO. Both Diana Mini and Sprocket Rocket were used with Diana Flashes and the LC-A was used with the Lomography Ringflash.

  7. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Great, thanks!

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