It was one of the first warm days of spring here in Toronto, so what better way to spend the day than in a park for a lomography workshop? Trend hunters were suited up with Lomography cameras and got a tutorial from the Queen St. West Lomography staff on how to create artistic, Warhol-inspired shots.
With cameras in-hand, we set out into the sunny day with a scavenger hunt list. We had to shoot everything from strangers drinking in the park (which were very easy to find) to unique tattoos.
After the Lomography workshop came to a close, we handed in our film and waited eagerly for the film to develop. If you want to see the results, check out the featured video as well as the gallery!
1. Lomography - Opportunity to develop and market a new line of artistic and unique cameras and accessories for photography enthusiasts.
2. Scavenger Hunt - Opportunity to create and market location-based mobile applications that allow users to participate in scavenger hunts in their cities.
3. Artistic Photography - Opportunity for art galleries and museums to curate and exhibit a new genre of artistic photography inspired by unique cameras and techniques like lomography.
1. Photography - The photography industry can leverage lomography and artistic photography trends to introduce new lines of creative products and services for consumers.
2. Mobile App Development - Mobile app development industry can introduce location-based scavenger hunt applications to enhance user engagement and experience.
3. Art and Museum Curation - Art galleries and museums can explore the artistic potential of lomography and artistic photography techniques to curate and exhibit unique and thought-provoking photographs.