Workshop Highlights: 'Roll With It' La Sardina Workshop


“Shiver me timbers! What’s that over the horizon? Is it a ship?” Suddenly, you wished that you could somehow focus on that unidentified object. Luckily, we armed our participants with a trusty toilet roll binoculars. Here’s what happened during our “Roll With It” La Sardina workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore!

Credits: lomographysg

Our participants had the opportunity to play around with La Sardina's multiple exposure function with the aid of the humble toilet roll. Once the participants were given tips on how to properly utilize those toilet rolls, they were all revved up and ready to go capture the sights of Ann Siang Hill!

Credits: lomographysg

Squinting through the toilet roll and viewing the world with tunnel vision, we zoomed right in on any object of our desire and with one click of the shutter, bam! A Fisheye effect without the Fisheye lens! Our participants had so much fun creating double exposures with a “fishy” twist!

Here are some photos by one of our staff, Leah, who also participated in the workshop!

Credits: imsurrealist

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Lomography Gallery Store Singapore
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Singapore 058838
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