Over thirty thousand photographs taken with analogue cameras are to go on show at the Museum of London next month. Organised by Lomography, an organisation which promotes 'creative and experimental analogue film photography', the exhibition will be of photographs taken and submitted by members of the public, rather than professional photographers, and will be displayed both inside the museum and around its gardens.
The pictures, which will be on show for six months, will be prosented in a Lomography wall, and will be the culmination of a series of analogue photography workshops looking at the themes of 'inspiring' and 'achieving'. The workshops, which have been taking place since January, are open to amateur, analogue (i.e. film, not digital) photographers of all abilities. They will encourage participants to use inspirational Londoners and their view of London in its Olympic year as the subjects. lomography.com