Painting with light has been a favorite of photographers and artists for decades. Learn how to use long exposures and different light sources to create your own light streaked images. Wednesday January 25th @ 6pm NYC Gramercy Shop
NYC is such an amazing place for shooting long exposures at night. We will have tripods and flashlights at the ready, and we will work with instant film so you can see the results right away! The creative possibilities are only limited to your imagination, bring a friend and learn why light painting is the favorite for so many Lomographers!
Admission is $10 ($7 for students.) Workshop admission includes a free roll of film and a loaner camera. All participants will receive a 10% coupon for the store! Be sure to arrive early if you want to borrow a camera as quantities are limited.
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