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Workshop: The Pop 9 in 3-D! ended over 2 years ago

Little did you know, the Pop 9 with it's tiny images actually creates a template for 3-D photography with it's 9 lenses and tiny negatives! Join us at the Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy as we lead you through a tutorial on how to use your Pop 9 frames to create a 3-Demensional photograph.

What: The Pop 9 in 3-D!
Camera: Pop 9
Technique: Creating 3-D images from Pop 9 negatives

The Pop 9 is not just a cool camera that takes 9 shots for you all on the same little frame, it is a camera that is your tool for the creation of 3-D images through 2-D photography! Learn how to turn the 9 tiny images from this quirky camera into one spectacular holographic image! No need to have photographs already, we will show you step-by-step on how to produce the 3-D effect at home, and then will have cameras available for you to shoot the photographs that will allow you to create your very own 3-demensional gems!

When: Saturday, July 28, 2012 @ 2pm
Where: Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy

Workshops are $10 ($7 for students) unless otherwise noted. Admission includes a free roll of film and a loaner camera if applicable. All participants will receive a 10% coupon for the store. Be sure to arrive early as space is limited, and if you want to borrow a camera as quantities are limited. Come in to either location, call, or email us at shopnyc@lomography.com to hold your place!

Store Location:
Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy
106 East 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
212-260-0240
shopnyc@lomography.com

Shop Hours:
Monday- Saturday: 10:30am- 9:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm

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The Pop 9 takes nine identical images on one print. Transform your environment into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art with the Pop 9. See it with the rest of our Multilens cameras here!

written by lomographynyc

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