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Lomography DIY Camera Konstrukting Workshop - $25
saturday, november 18
1:00 PM - 3:00 pm
What is Lomography you ask? Its a wild, quirky camera movement that began in 1992 dedicated to all things analog and experimental. Lomography stands for a freer, louder style of shooting and promotes creative photography as a way to communicate, capture, and absorb the world.
In this hands-on workshop, youll get the analog experience from start to finish! Learn the inner workings of a film camera as you build your own fully functional 35mm Konstruktor F SLR camera with the help of Austin-based LomoAmigo Katrina Barber. Youll then go over some photography basics like exposure to make sure your photos turn out picture perfect. Once the workshop concludes, load your camera up with a complementary roll of 35mm film and start shooting! The camera is yours to keep.
Don't miss this opportunity to shake up your photography game with a camera you build yourself. Lomo on!
11AM: 4x5 PHOTO FEST DOORS OPEN
1PM: WORKSHOP BEGINS
Attendees may register ahead of time online. Walk-in's will be permitted as space allows. Limited space is available on a first-come first-serve basis.
Intro to Editorial Photography with Josh Huskin
Saturday, August 5th, 2017
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Producing an engaging and original editorial portrait can be difficult and filled with anxiety. 4x5 Photo Fest Co-Founder Josh Huskin, whose work has been featured by Texas Monthly, New York Times, San Antonio Magazine, among others will take you through the basics of setting up an editorial portrait. Everything from building a relationship with your subject to dialing in your equipment at just the right settings will be covered in this FREE half-day workshop.
9AM: Meet for coffee at Rosella Coffeehouse (walk to Josh's studio)
9:30AM - 1PM: Editorial Workshop
Attendees must register online. Walk-in's will not be permitted. Limited space is available on a first-come first-serve basis. Limit one ticket per email address.