his workshop covers all things ANALOGUE, Lomo’INSTANT & LOMOGRAPHY. From Beginners to those who already have a camera and want to learn more. We will develop a deeper understanding of how light sensitive materials works. We will look at great plastic camera images and find out how they were made.
Together, we will take you through a hands-on demonstration of the different creative ways to make your pictures work for you. Covering long exposures, multiple exposures, film types, light leaks, scanning and getting the best out of your photography. Discussing all things ‘Instant image’ with the Lomo’Instant and the different effects achieved with interchangeable lenses & Accessories.
Put down you iPhone and really share images in an instant with the person next to you!
ABOUT IAN TATTON
Ian reaches for his plastic camera to simplify and free himself within his art practice. Embracing the ‘back to basics’ approach that LOMOGRAPHY offers. A Graduate from the Blackpool and Fylde College of Arts in the U.K. Ian has been involved with Lomography Australia since 1998.
His selected shows include work shown at the National Portrait Gallery, London, The Photographers Gallery, London & The K- Salon, Berlin.
As a workshop facilitator, Ian has worked alongside Kaldor Public Art in conjunction with Project 25: Thomas Demand and the Jurassic Lounge. The MCA and LOMOGRAPHY AU. in Western Australia.
In 2011 he curated international submissions for the Lomography ‘Diana World Tour’. Which combined workshops and exhibition in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland.