Photographers of all skill levels can geek out at this Gramercy spot. Just like the original West Village locale, NYC’s second Lomography Gallery Store features snapshot-covered walls and shills all the necessary tools for creating your own artistic pictures. Scour the welcoming space for inexpensive plastic cameras, including the Diana F+ ($95), a reproduction of a model from the ’60s; action samplers ($30), which take a series of four shots with each press of a button; and color-splash models ($85) that can tint your photos with vibrant hues. You’ll also find accessories such as canvas shoulder bags with pockets for cameras ($65), T-shirts printed with Lomo graphics ($25) and books such as Don’t Think Just Shoot ($60), featuring photos taken with cameras sold at the shop. In addition to stocking film ($4–$10), the Gallery Store also develops it ($14–$30). Not sure what all the nondigital hubbub is all about? Attend one of the store’s frequent weekend workshops ($10) to learn how to use the funky cameras.
|Venue name:||Lomography Gallery Store (CLOSED)||Contact:|
106 E 23rd St
|Cross street:||at Park Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 10:30am–9pm, Sun 11am–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: N, R, 6 to 23rd St|
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