Yuck Gigital! A Lomography Workshop with Erick Cusi

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Pictures are really easy to take these days. Using your phone or digital camera, take a snapshot then you can immediately see what your photo looks like right after.

With lomo cameras, the photo is always a surprise. You need to wait for the film to be developed before you get to see the photo and its vibrant colors, deep saturation and vignettes. These are very much unlike our standard photos.

Learn more about lomography with Yuck Gigital! A lomography workshop with Erick Cusi, happening tomorrow, October 4, 2-5PM at Print Collective Co. Studio in Cubao X. The workshop fee is PHP 900.

The workshop will cover the beginnings of lomography, it’s 10 golden rules, types of films and film developing, the different kinds of lomo cameras, as well as tips and tricks. Participants will also go for a Cubao X lomo walk and have a portrait session using a Lomography Pertzal lens. Freebies and discounts will be given by Team Manila and Wooden Canvas.

Sign-up soon as there are only 10 slots available.

The workshop is presented by Team Manila and Wooden Canvas. WhenInManila.com as our media partner. 

For event details and sign-up: http://printcollective.co/lomography-workshop-erick-cusi/

 

Erick Cusi is a lomographer and a lomowalk addict. He’s also a freelance wedding and events photographer. 

Print Collective Co. Studio is a creative, relaxed and functional space in the creative heart of the north of Metro Manila – Cubao Expo. Workshops, galleries, co-working projects and other events are welcome here.

Wooden Canvas is a photo printing on wood service. Photos, graphic designs and artworks are printing directly on ¾ inch thick wood so your photos can stay around for years to come.

Team Manila Lifestyle creates graphic designed products your lola will love, drawing inspiration from the urban lifestyle, culture and imagery of the city of Manila, capital of the Philippines. 

 

 

 

Yuck Gigital! A Lomography Workshop with Erick Cusi






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