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Start Making Real Photos Workshop Vienna
15. Oktober 11:00 bis 17:00
Come and discover the magic of instant photography with the analog experts from SUPERSENSE – try the cameras and films out and about in Vienna. To celebrate Autumn Polaroid Week, their team will introduce their creative approach to combining mobile photography with Impossible instant materials, and share their thoughts on what makes this unique art form so special. On the workshop day participants get 10% discount on all Impossible, Fuji and New55 films!
From 11am a one-hour workshop will guide you into the fabulous world of analog instant photography, we introduce you to the most popular Polaroid camera types, explain you how they work and how to treat the Impossible instant film material for best results. After the workshop we equip you with a Polaroid camera for the afternoon + a free Impossible film pack. Then you’re free to roam around and take your very first photos on your own.
Places cost 35€ (includes free rental camera and one pack of Impossible film included) and are first come first served. To book your place write to email@example.com
From 3pm to 5pm : a New55 FILM 4×5 Adventure
The New55 film factory is inventing and producing 4×5 peel apart film for classic 4×5 cameras. Supersense is proud to be the official distributor for this legendary, large film format in Europe and takes the opportunity to introduce the current 4×5 films to the photographic community. Join us for a free 4×5 shooting and discover the stunning world of 4×5 photography. We will offer an additional free demonstration hosted by Michael Fischer who will demonstrate the power of 4×5 and answer all questions you have ever had about this film format.
This is the first event of an upcoming series dedicated to the photographic community in Vienna. We’re looking forward to offering advice for newcomers to the medium, and we will have plenty of film and cameras for you to play with – or bring your own camera along!
Find out more about Impossible at: http://www.impossible-project.com