What happens when 13 Lomographers get together in Mumbai on a Saturday Morning? There are pictures, there is fun and there is the awesomeness of Lomography.
Lomography India had launched the first Lomowalk event on facebook and we got booked out in hours. We had only 7 places available but we were delighted to come down in the morning and find 11 people standing waiting for us.
We started early, 7.30 in the morning, first sitting down in a nearby cafe, telling everyone about the cameras they were going to use. Then we loaded our films and walked the lanes among the beautiful gothic architecture inspired by the British.
Here are some pictures from the photowalk. Enjoy!
Keep an eye on the events section for future Lomography India gatherings and workshops.
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