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Photowalk: Alt-Photography in Old Town Spring (Film, Toy Camera, iPhone, etc!)
It's been over a year since our last Retro- and Alt-photography day, time to break out those old 35mm cameras, pinhole cameras, instamatics, toy 35mm cameras, and iPhones with nifty photo apps! Your DSLR with DIY lenses (or Lensbaby lenses) are welcome too! :) We will start our day at Old Town Spring with lunch at Puffabelly's, come on in at 11am. While waiting for lunch to arrive, we'll check out each other's cameras. After lunch, we will walk along Main street going east, and then follow Gentry street West back to our cars. Total walking distance, about 5 or 6 blocks. November 10th will be O.T.S.'s first weekend of their "Home For The Holidays" event. So we'll get to see a lot of interesting people, places and Holiday Decorations! The camera in this meetup description is the same one from our HPW t-shirts ... anyone recognize which camera model it is?


100 Main St · Spring, TX

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