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Konstruktor Exhibition: Review of the Opening Party at the Lomography Gallery Store Berlin

On July 5th we proudly kicked off the very first community exhibition of photos from the one-of-a-kind Konstruktor camera with an opening night party. It was absolutely awesome, with a booming sound system and lots of visitors who came to get a look at what the Konstruktor can do.

The party started at 7pm, and within an hour the first case of beer was gone. The girls from PonyDanceClyde rocked the turntables for us until 11, and then the party guests headed out into the rest of the Berliner nightlife. Sadly, we had to head home and get our beauty sleep so we could be fresh and ready to greet the store visitors on Saturday morning!

The exhibition will hang until the end of July, with constantly changing photos. So come by and marvel at your photos on the wall! We were thrilled with the first photo submissions, and can hardly wait to show you all the next round.

You just got your Konstruktor, or you’re still waiting to buy one? It’s not too late! Since this is a rotating exhibition, German community members can still submit photos.

At the end of the month, we’ll choose a grand prize winner, who will receive a Lomographic Goody Bag with a value of ca. 70 EUR for the best Konstruktor photo! And the winner of the prize for best Konstruktor Design will receive a gift bag with a value of approximately 30 EUR.

Many heartfelt thanks to Thang from electru.de for the beautiful party photos, and for allowing us to use them for our article! The analogue coverage is coming soon – as soon as our Lomographs make it back from our LomoLab in Vienna! Stay tuned!

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written by lomographyberlin and translated by lomographyberlin

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