Edinburgh Lo-Fi group are holding their first exhibition, come and have a look!
For those in Edinburgh, or further afield, check out the This is Lo-Fi? Exhibition in the Central Library’s Fine Art Department on George IV Bridge.
The exhibition showcases work from members of the group including users of Lomography, Toy, Pinhole and Polaroid cameras and shows a different take on Scotland’s capital city. Some members of the group are professional photographers and others are amateurs, who have all been brought together through a love for analogue photography.
All works are for sale, some in limited numbers others are open.
For more information, including a look at a virtual gallery of the exhibition and a full price list, check out: edinburghlofi.com
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