The Lomography booth at photokina is constantly buzzing! Want to take a look at what it looked like right before the doors opened? Take a look after the jump!
With more than 180,000 visitors from 165 countries, you can bet that photokina is a buzz of excitement as new products are launched and the world of photography has its time to shine!
But before the crowds gathered and the fair started in full swing there was a lot of preparation… The Lomography booth, all 500 square meters of it, was a labor of love to build. Check out the images of the work in progress before the doors opened.
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