Hong Kong's Lomography Exhibit is Like a Mini Disneyland

By: Michael Hines - Published: Apr 23, 2011 • References: petapixel
If you live in Hong Kong or are planning a trip to visit, don't forget to stop by the Times Square shopping center. Here, you'll find a gigantic Lomography exhibit dedicated to the artistic and experimental form of analog photography. Lomography is essentially a spontaneous way to capture photos at any time, anywhere -- many photographers even capture photos from their hips.

Running until May 3, the Lomography exhibit in Hong Kong includes gigantic replicas of Lomography cameras, installed with trampolines on which visitors can jump. There are colossal film rollers and cartridges, and over 40,000 Lomo photographs to look at.

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