As part of the Korean leg of the Diana+ World Tour, a Diana F+ workshop will be held for our beloved Seoul-based Lomo junkies and analogue-friendly travelers.
As part of the Korean leg of the Diana+ World Tour, a Diana F+ workshop will be held for our beloved Seoul-based Lomo junkies and analogue-friendly travelers. The workshop will be held at the Gallery Store this Saturday February 28, 2009 at 3PM. We will introduce to our participants all the basics of the iconic, dreamy plastic Diana F+ as well as top-notch tips you could experiment with your Diana F+ camera such as the Endless Panorama mode, Double/Multi Exposures and other applications.
Come join us at the Seoul Lomography Gallery – grab a cup of coffee, meet new friends and learn a lot from the pros!
Admission Charge is 10.000 KRW (Includes a roll of 120 film and a cup of coffee)
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