We had a blast hosting the 110 film workshop here at Lomography Gallery Store NYC. We used an array of 110 cameras and films. We hope everyone learned a little something about the art of 110!
The size of your negative does not indicate how much fun you have. If this workshop proved anything it is that we all had a great time using 110 film with the Fisheye Baby and Diana Baby!
110 has been the quintessential snapshot film format since its production started in 1972 by Kodak. With Lomography picking up the production in 2012, we have revitalized this film with color, black and white, redscale, and now slide/x-pro. After covering the basics of photography and how to load our cameras, we headed out with Lomography 110 Color 200 iso film to Washington Square Park to wander and, of course, people watch. We were able to catch a good wintery day with strong sunlight and that is all we needed.
As we arrived at the park, we moved through the arch only to be serenaded by a man playing classical tunes on his piano. This was no ordinary day in the park as there was a meet-up with hordes of people dressed up in costumes. After freezing our fingers off a bit from shooting, we headed back to the shop to drop off our film for development. As we parted ways, I remembered that photography is what brings us together for workshops like these, but also separates us as we all have different ways of seeing the world around us.
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