Our latest exhibition – Exposure – has just been installed at the Orange Tree. Collating recent work by current Leicester Lo-Fi members. With everything from pinholes to photograms, paper negatives to destroyed negatives. It’s on show until the end of August.
We were honoured to be asked to write a few articles for the awesome Lomography magazine (on line). The first piece is on how to produce cyanotype prints, Check it out here
The Russian Camera Photowalk last weekend was a great day out, exploring the city in glorious sunshine with cameras built from tanks (not really, but they were very heavy), below are some photos of us out and about, as well as back at the darkroom processing our films.
This Sunday we’re holding a Basic Darkroom Skills Workshop, learn how to print your own black and white photographs in our darkroom. You will be provided with paper, but will need to bring your own black and white negatives (any format). Book now on the Workshops page
The workshop page has been updated with the workshops we shall be running this summer, photowalks, darkroom skills, toning and salt printing all on the menu
Shelf Life – an exhibition of small independent shops, by members of Leicester Lo-Fi Photography is on show from Monday the 20th June at the LCB Depot in the City centre. Go check it out.
We shall be attending this years Riverside Festival, held around Bede Park, Mile Straight, Western Boulevard and Castle Gardens on the 4th and 5th of June. We’ll be setting up camp (literally) with our new Gazebo and will be producing Kamra-E-Faoree portraits for visitors to the festival. A section of images from the event:
This bank holiday weekend sees this years Handmade Festival take place across the city. With lots of excellent music and art to go and see and experience. Leicester Lo-Fi have a small exhibition at the O2, alongside some amazing work by Andy Stafford and Jacqui Booth in their ‘Yours and Mine’ exhibition, and the Handmade music
This years Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day was a great success, lots of cool and interesting pinhole images were made, using cameras ranging from simple wooden box cameras, 6 sectioned tea caddies, biscuit tins and even a 5×4 LEGO camera. Check out the small selection of photos below from the day. You can our collection of final images here, and make
The last Sunday of April sees WorldWide Pinhole Day upon us once again. Join us in celebrating by coming along to our drop-in Pinhole Workshop at the Manor House, off Narborough Road. Make your own camera, or use on of ours. Time – 12:00 and 4:00 pm Cost – £5 per person