The recently concluded Lomo Duplicity Diana F+ workshops at Hartera6 festival in Rijeka, Croatia was all kinds of fun. Two whole days of taking pictures and framing in squares spells fun like no other. Here are some of the photos that were taken during the workshop. Enjoy!
Lomography Duplicity was double the fun than we expected. 2 workshops, 2 days of partying, 1 shop, numerous concerts and loads of fun! We developed and printed the pics, and showed them to everyone on the festival. Better than that, we had the workshop pics VJ-ed on the main floor, while Digitalism was playing! What can be iller than that? We are sure that you will visit us next year on Lomography Duplicity @ Hartera7!!
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