I AM HERE is a group of German students studying moviemaking. In collaboration with streetwear today they produce short movies about specific topics. One of their last movies was shot with a very special analogue jewel…
Sometimes studying is much fun! A group of students from Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts shows how it works. Together with the magazine streetwear today they took their LomoKino and some films and travelled to Berlin to document the 1st of May. Take a look…
They developed and edited their LomoKino shots with a hand-crafted machine which is too big to transport it in a car. Unbelievable, isn’t it?
Do you want to know more about the guys from I AM HERE and streetwear today? Visit their vimeo-chanel where you’ll find more movies or travel to Cologne in September and visit Lomography during the photokina. We’ll show some more great movies and host a special LomoKino workshop. Come by and join us!
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