Have a look what Lomography means for Russian lomographers.
We would like to present you a new video about lomography!
It was filmed during an unusual analogue competition in Moscow – the Lomography Photocross where participants took pictures about various themes during four hours. The results were announced at the Lomography Russia website
Two minutes of impressions and thoughts about Lomography:
The video was produced by Konstantin Almyashev, Sofya Suhova, Gmatik (NYC), Anna Sivova.
Special thanks to our friends & lomographers Natasha, Olya, Denis and Tanya!
Exclusive soundtrack by Gmatik (NYC)
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