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$10 Lomographic Bucket List with Angie ended over 2 years ago

Join Angie on a Lomographer's Photo challenge. Come to the Lomography Gallery Store Austin for this fun and challenging workshop!

Angie (aka lynxalb00)

As a photographer, I felt inspired to create a personal bucket list of photos that every photographer should have captured on film. This workshop is open for anyone who enjoys taking photos. Along with Lomography and city slogan of Keeping Austin Weird, I have created a very interesting list of photos to shoot on one roll of film. I’ve also left room so that each person can add their own subjects to the list. So, I’ve decided to invite all of you on my personal quest to capture and create a Lomography bucket list!! Let’s get shooting!!!

All workshops include instructional lecture, loaner camera, and one free roll of film. Bring your own Lomographic camera for 50% off admission! Save $1 off your admission fee for each friend you bring to attend the workshop with you!

All attendees will receive a 10% off coupon to use at the Lomography Gallery Store. Already know you’re planning to come and want to ensure your spot? Call us ahead of time or come in to pre-register. Please arrive 10 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin in order for us to start on time!

Lomography Gallery Store Austin
912 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
T: (512) 499.8002
F: (512) 499.8118
shopaustin@lomography.com

Open Monday – Thursday: 11 am – 7 pm | Friday – Saturday: 11 am – 9 pm | Sunday: Closed


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