Announcing the Winner from the Pop9 Mods Workshop @ Lomography Gallery Store Soho

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Finally, we have a winner!!! The participants of our first Pop9 modification workshop have sent in their best images taken from the Lomowalk and our guest host, James Butler, has selected a winner! Check out the photos and the winning image!

Photos from modification expert, James Butler.

Who knew that one of our oldest multi-lens cameras could generate such cool images?! Our workshop participants didn’t and boy were they shocked to learn the secret 9 tips on how to manipulate the Pop9 camera! See what they got up to and the cool images they came up with from the workshop (plus the winning image)!

Alix Doran
Ana Rojas
Sam Clark
Liana Garcia Joyce
Jun Lui
Nicola Clark
Joel Diamond

and the winning image is…….. (drumroll)…….

Maru Rojas

Congratulations! You now get your very own POP9 camera to manipulate. Hurrah! Come in store anytime to collect your prize. :)

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3 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RE
Tel. 02074341466

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written by golfpunkgirl on 2011-12-10 #news #workshop #events #winner #soho #london #uk #pop9 #lgs #james-butler

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  1. welland
    welland ·

    Great shots

  2. tikalimm
    tikalimm ·

    hi, i have a pop 9 camera myself and i'm curious as to how one can create such effects as the pictures above. Sadly, i don't live in a city where such workshops exist here.

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