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July Workshops and Events at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin ended 12 months ago

Summer is finally here, and to celebrate, we're bringing you the Summer School of Lomography! Over the course of four consecutive classes, we’ll show you everything you need to know to rock out with your… film out! And if that weren’t enough, you can join us in August for a graduation party and group exhibition, where all Summer School students have the chance to display their best photos from the class. All classes can be booked individually, but if you book all four in advance, you pay only 50€ instead of 70€ for the complete program!

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From Friday, 05.07.2013 @ 7pm Community Exhibition – Konstrukt Your Own Analogue Adventure – Lomography Community members from all over Germany will present the first photos from the new Konstruktor DIY camera, as well as their awesome camera designs! Opening night party starts at 7pm.

Saturday, 06.07.2013 @ 2pm – Summer School 101: Introduction to Analogue Photography – You love the idea of analogue photography, but aren’t really sure where to start? Which film is best for which situation? When should you get out your flash? How do you get this “Lomo Style” in your pictures? In the first class of the Summer School of Lomography, we’ll answer your questions and show you all you need to know to make your first beautiful analogue photos.
Workshop Length: 2 hours, including LomoWalk. Cost: 15 € incl. a loaner camera and film.

Saturday, 13.07.2013 @ 2pm – Summer School 102: Diana F+ Workshop for Beginners – Are you still waiting to dive into the world of medium-format photography? Or do you have a Diana F+ already, but could still use a few tips on how to get amazing photos from it? Then this workshop is for you. We’ll show you everything you need to know to get out there and rock the square format.
Workshop Length: 2 hours, including LomoWalk. Cost: 15 € incl. a loaner camera and 2 films.

Thursday, 18.07.2013 @ 6pm – Blue Hour for DIYers – Do you have one of the new Konstruktors or a DIY Sardina that could use a little color? Then swing on by! From 6pm – 8pm you can dig in to our colorful paint-markers and stickers, and let yourself be inspired by the Konstruktor Designs in our photo exhibit!

Saturday, 20.07.2013 @ 2pm – Summer School 103: SLR Special with the Konstruktor – In this workshop, it’s not just making pictures – we’ll also teach you the “how”, “what” and “why” of SLR photography. With the new Konstruktor, Lomography’s first Do-It-Yourself SLR camera, we’ll show you the inner workings of the camera itself. A workshop for all technology fans and DIY-lovers.
Workshop Length: 2 hours, including LomoWalk. Cost: 15 € incl. a loaner camera and film.

Saturday, 27.07.2013 @ 1pm – Summer School 104: Pinhole Workshop with Sabine – With the “Mobile Darkroom,” Sabine comes to us in the store for a very special workshop: you’ll build a pinhole camera, make a picture on a sheet of photo paper, and develop the photos yourself! For this workshop, please register in the store and pay the course fee to reserve your space.
Workshop Length: 4 hours. Cost: 25 € incl. all materials.

You can find more info about Sabine and her mobile darkroom under:
www.mobile-dunkelkammer.blogspot.de.

We give a 10% discount on development of workshop films on the day of the workshop!

To sign up for a workshop, please register at:

Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
Friedrichstraße 133
10117 Berlin
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Or send an e-mail to store.berlin@lomography.com.

Please note: Workshops are mainly in German, but we’re happy to explain things in English if you need a little help!

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written by lomographyberlin and translated by lomographyberlin

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