When did you last have your portrait taken in an old-fashioned photo booth?
Take part in a four day event just outside The Photographers' Gallery, have your portrait snapped the analogue way and receive a free strip of self-portraits to take home. As part of the project, participants will be invited to engage in a conversation about photography, selfies and portraiture. Photobooth portraits will also be displayed in a window space for the duration of the project.
Show your The Real Selfie Project photobooth strip for 10% off in the café and on all film & camera equipment and in the bookshop (in-gallery only) Offer expires: Sunday 19.9.21
The Real Selfie Project is led by Nick Francis and Rafael Hortala Vallve. Nick Francis is an award-winning documentary maker working across film and photography. He is also the co-founder of his own production company, Speakit (www.speakit.org). Rafael Hortala Vallve (autofoto.org) is a photobooth artist who has been rescuing and restoring original auto-photography machines for over a decade, ensuring the survival of these beautiful machines and this unique medium of photography for future generations.
The Real Selfie Project: Free Selfies is part of Inside Out, a festival produced by Westminster City Council and partners that brings art, entertainment and culture outdoors to the streets of Westminster.
Soho Photography Quarter is an outdoor exhibition and event initiative organised by The Photographers’ Gallery in partnership with Westminster City Council.
Watch this video to find out more about The Real Selfie Project.