Photographic Safari and contest around Miraflores, Peru. We’ll be shooting only with the rule number 4: “try to shoot from the hip”.
After a long boring month around Lima, finally Peruvians Lomographers will have a chance to face each other and shoot anything and everything around Miraflores using the rule number 4 “try to shoot from the hip”!
We’ll meet on 12th of Juna, at 4:00pm at Rotonda in the Kennedy Park in Miraflores (Hangover? Don’t worry, we’ll wait for you untill 4:30). What’s cool about it is that you can be part of the contest for the best picture of the day!
So come on, don’t be shy, and join us!
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