Saturday started off great with many photographers trooping over to the Photokina 2012 event to further get into the amazing imaging experience.
We were so delighted to welcome so many people starting from 10 in the morning – enthusiastic photographers not just from Germany but from all over Europe. The Photokina 2012 is definitely the right venue for meeting Lomography fans and analogue enthusiasts at our booth, which was also the perfect spot to chill and relax. The Magic Motion Studio was the place for lots of fun and new analogue experiences.
Now here are some snapshots during one of the fun, fun, fun workshops!
Want to see more? Stay tuned to the magazine for the latest and greatest from Photokina 2012.
Are you heading to Photokina this year? Show us some of the photos from the events here in the comments, or submit a tip on exciting photography news by emailing us.
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