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Article 99002617
CHF 10.00
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Product description

This workshop is designed for families, children and teenagers.
 
In this workshop, participants will explore the phenomenon of the camera obscura. They will experiment with pinhole cameras and expose their own motifs outdoors, which will then be developed in the black-and-white photo lab. The resulting negatives and positives are theirs to take home with them.
 
Age: suitable for all age groups (children under the age of ten must be accompanied by an adult), no previous knowledge necessary.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Educator: Sarah Hablützel
Location: This workshop takes place at Analog Attack at Lagerplatz 13 in Winterthur.
Costs: CHF 30.– per person
Note: This workshop requires a minimum of eight registered participants and is limited to a maximum of twelve people, based on the space available in the photo lab.
Registration deadline: one week before the event
 
This workshop takes place in German.

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