2012 Through the Analogue Lens


2012 was quite the year for some of us analogue lovers. Luckily for us, we probably captured most of it with our cameras!

Okay confession, I am rather new to the Lomo community. I have been shooting with my Minolta x-700 for years, but I have spent 2012 exploring the great land of analogue through Lomography. You could say it has been a big year as far as my photography accomplishments go—I have added to my camera collection, found somewhere I can send my black and white film off to (nowhere in my town still develops it!), got Lollapalooza photos published in Nashville, and experimented with different films I could not find in town.

Basically, Lomography.com is the website that saved my life. And because of all of this, I have a vast collection of photos from 2012 as proof. My cameras were along for the ride in 2012, I took at least one just about everywhere I went. However, my favorite photos of the year were captured outside of Nashville. This year I got the opportunities to go to two music festivals, LA and Rome, Italy. I also attended dozens of shows around Music City where I took photos for bands. 2012 was a blast and I cannot wait to see what 2013 has in store of me and my camera.

written by wrenneevans on 2012-12-28 #lifestyle #analogue #los-angeles #rome #lollapalooza #lomography #analogue-lifestyle #bonnaroo #requested-post #2012 #year-end #2012-in-analogue

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