With the sun hiding away for the winter, let’s take advantage of these shorter days and whip out our cable releases for some long exposures. Lomography Chicago’s workshop will be all about how to take a photo at night, and get some of the coolest effects that only analogue photography can bring!
Those long Summer days have been traded in for long Fall nights. There’s less daylight time but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun with your cameras! Learn how to take advantage of the B or Bulb setting on your camera and give that cable release of yours a whirl.
Have you ever wondered how to get light streaks at night? How to take a photo at night without it looking shaky and blurry? Bring your favorite camera with a cable release socket and let’s try some long night time exposures! If you’re interested in learning about night time photography but don’t have a camera with a cable release socket, don’t worry, we’ll have some loaners!
What: Long Nights and Long Exposures
Camera, Film, or Accessory: any camera that has a cable release socket
Technique or Tipster: you’ll learn how to create pretty, long exposures for night time photography using a cable release
Unsure if your camera has a cable release socket? These Lomography cameras do:
Lubitel Universal 166 +
Diana F+ (with release adapter)
When: Saturday, November 3rd at 7pm
Where: Lomography Gallery Store Chicago
Cost: $10 or $7 with a current student ID or Free if you have your own camera!
The workshop will begin at our Lomography Gallery Store Chicago in Wicker Park on Saturday, November 3rd at 7pm. See you there!
1422 N. Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60642
Sunday – Thursday 11am – 7pm
Friday – Saturday 11am – 9pm