A few months ago, professional photographer Anton set up a pop-up studio at the Lomography Gallery Store Soho to celebrate our 4th anniversary. He took photographs of some serious film photography fans holding their favourite camera.
Anton is a photographer and filmmaker of Analogue: Photography Tribes, a series of short films that explore the survival and revival of the analogue photography formats and the creative communities that support it. He visited the Lomography Gallery store in Soho and set up a pop-up studio to shoot pictures of film photography fanatics with their favourite cameras.
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