Mirage Mirage Double Exposure Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store NYC!
Those intense NYC heat waves often can play tricks on your mind, making you see double! Replicate those trippy effects using the double exposure technique in our “Mirage Mirage” Workshop. Learn tips, tricks, and techniques to create that double exposure masterpiece using the LC-A+, Diana F+, or Fisheye 2 cameras.
Workshops are $10 ($7 for students) and include a free roll of film and a 10% off coupon for the Lomography Gallery Store.
Wednesday, June 30th 1pm – 3pm
Lomography Gallery Store NYC
41 W 8th Street
New York NY 10011
212-529-4353 – email@example.com
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