The first official Lomography meet up in Chester was held on Saturday (11/12/10) . We all met underneath the clock tower up on the walls that surround Chester .
I had the idea to take instant photos of everyone with their camera of choice…
From the East Gate Clock we walked around the walls down to the Christmas market , walking past the River Dee and then we walked up the steepest street in UK – Dan’s idea !
Thanks to every one that came and all the folks at Lomography UK for making this happen ! We all had a really fun afternoon shooting away in Chester and the Christmas market . We’ve all got a good few rolls of film that need developing , I think we should have them done with in a month or so ! I hope we get to do it all again in the new year !
Meet Gundula Blumi, a talented photographer based in Berlin whose stunning work was also featured in our magazine. She got her first camera when she was 10 years old and ever since she has been capturing the world around her.
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