Plastic Fantastic + Lomography Mini Movies at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC!
In this workshop we’ll discuss each of Lomography’s plastic cameras and learn fun techniques and tricks that will open up a world of shooting possibilities. Then we’ll learn how to turn our multi-lens photos into mini movies!
Cost: $10 ($7 for students). All workshops include a loaner camera and a free roll of film. All participants will receive a 10% off coupon for the Lomography Gallery Store. Please arrive early as cameras are limited!
Saturday July 17th at 1pm
Lomography Gallery Store NYC
41 W 8th Street NYC 10011
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