Lomography Embassy Store Budapest's First Light Painting Workshop


The Lomography Embassy Store Budapest organized the first light painting workshop last December 2011.
Five enthusiastic lomographers, a few Lomography camera loaded with film, perfect place (with lot of space), great mentor, and lighting sources… What else did we need?

Diana F+, yellow neon background

The workshop started at 16:00 at Flashback Photo Studio. After a short introduction, held by Kristóf Váczi from Lomography Budapest, we started the game: we shoot with Lomography Diana F+ and Lomography Sprocket Rocket using Lomography ISO100 film and used some stuff listed below:

  • tripod
  • colour and white Christmas tree lights
  • white and yellow neon tube
  • flashlights
  • red bicycle lamp
  • umbrella
  • fashion dummy

We made the pictures in teamwork, everybody had their own role in every scene: switching on/off or holding the different lights, painting/drawing with flashlights or just posing motionless. We liked the results very much and hope you like too!

Sprocket Rocket pictures
Diana F+ pictures
The team: Miklós Harmat, Zsolt Szabó (szzs), Kinga Keresztes, Ádam Hencz, Virág Kiss

I think this was the best activity on that dark, rainy winter day! Thanks, Lomography Budapest! Thanks, Flashback!

written by szzs on 2012-02-10 #news #light-painting #painting-workshop-budapest-sprocket-rocket-diana-f-fun-lomography-budapest

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One Comment

  1. ankos
    ankos ·

    Great shots, great article! Gratz! :) :)

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