Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Light Factory's Moment Mile project to capture Charlotte shots

Posted By on Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 3:01 PM

Call it what you want - whether that be the ultimate photo-bombing experience or an innovative idea that takes Charlotte's artistic talents to another level - but The Light Factory's Moment Mile project is something to witness and be a part of this Saturday. The project, bringing more than 150 photographers together to take shots along Uptown's Tryon Street (between I-227 North and I-277 South), will culminate in one great big panoramic shot (estimated at being 100 feet long and 4 ½ inches tall) from varying photographers' frames.

The Knight Foundation is funding the project and has offered $10,000 (that should help the non-profit organization to pay some bills!) for a print of the panoramic shot that results from the shutter action.

The first shot will happen at 6:15 p.m. when photogs will face east on Tryon Street, and the second takes place at 6:20 p.m. on the opposite side of the street facing west.

For more information, visit and Wanna participate? Email to see if you can get in on this artsy experience.

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