Spring Polaroid Walk 2013 !

A Community Gathering Where Polaroid Users,
New and Old Can Unite and Shoot Together!
Date: 20th October 2013
Location: Black Cat Cafe, 252 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 
Time: 12 pm - 3 pm
RSVP:  via Facebook Event Page 
We had a huge turn out for out previous Winter Polaroid Walk back in July at St Kilda area. now Film Never Die are proud to announce our 6th  installment  for Spring Polaroid Walk on the 20th of October. Starting at midday at Brunswick Street Fitzroy, as like the previous gathering, this walk is the perfect motivation for you to meet  with a group of Polaroid and film camera users, we will be mingling and exploring lively and colourful graffiti lane ways of Brunwsick street. We invite photographers of all skill levels to come and join in, and to find out a little more about this medium from our knowledgeable and friendly team. As a Film Never Die Polaroid tradition, we will end the day with delicious coffees at Rose Street Artist market and enjoy the polaroid shots of that day.   
          Here at Film Never Die we believe that Polaroid is still the best medium we have for capturing the moment. Even with all the advances in digital photography, we still believe the magic of Polaroid can never be replaced. We want to give you the opportunity to experience the wonder yourself. This event is a chance to slow things down, and to allow you a breather from the frantic pace of modern life, one shot at a time. This day is all about taking the time to relax with friends, and hopefully to get that one perfect photo.
          We will also be running a competition for the best photograph taken on the day, which will be decided by the group.  There will also be an online contest for photos taken on the day, which will be judged by our Facebook followers. The conditions and prizes for the contests are listed below. So come along to stroll and to share in our appreciation for all things instant. We look forward to seeing you there!
Vote for you favourite shots here:

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