Have you visited the Gallery Store Amsterdam yet? Aren’t you very curious to see what this wicked place looks like? Blogger and photographer Eric Kim will give you a private guided tour.
Yesterday the store crew of the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam was quite surprised when Eric Kim dropped in and started to film the entire place with his Go-Pro camera. These little units are easy to place on top of anything, and that is what Eric did. He walked around the store and taped his impression of this great place in Amsterdam!
Eric Kim a photographer and blogger from Los Angeles. He loves to go out and discover new things to document. Whether it’s digital motion or analogue photography, he does it all. While he visited Amsterdam, he had to check out the infamous nine streets. Including the great Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam He said it might be the most beautiful Gallery Store he’s ever seen! Well thanks Eric, that is a nice compliment!
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