Little over a month ago, I joined the good people of the Antwerp Lomography Gallery Store for their Diana F+ workshop. As usual, when the introduction was over, we were sent on our way to put into practice what we had just learned. Though this time it wasn't the usual Lomowalk... This time we were sent on a quest: the quest of the faceless yellow bunny!
At the end of March, the day before Easter to be precise, I headed to the local lomo store in Antwerp to participate in the Diana F+ workshop. After being thoroughly instructed on all the possibilities of this sweet Lomo beauty, we were all handed over a camera. As loading the camera is usually part of the hands-on experience of the workshop, it seemed a bit odd that this time they were already loaded. This should have been my first clue…
Normally we just head into town and shoot ‘till everyone’s roll is finished. But this time was different. We were given very specific instructions as to what route to follow and even more strange, what to photograph! We were sent on a quest: The Quest of the Faceless Yellow Bunny!
As it was the day before Easter, chocolate eggs would be our prize for encountering that mysterious bunny and capture it on film. That was enough incentive for the entire group to follow the instructions! We looked everywhere and even though we we saw plenty of bunnies, chocolate bunnies, fluffy bunnies, paper bunnies, we just couldn’t find a faceless yellow bunny anywhere. Fearing we might miss out the chocolate egg prize, we headed back to the store. And when we opened our Diana to take the exposed film out, we finally found it!
Here are some more results.
And here is how to do it:
It’s a fun project to do, especially when your victims are unaware ;-)