Lomography 20th Anniversary

Lomography turns 20 this month. In November 1992, the Lomographic Society International was founded and throughout those years, the world of analogue photography has continued to survive (and hopefully will continue to do so for many, many, many more years).

I became a "Lomographer" around 2005 and my love affair with Lomography is still strong. My all time favourite camera is the LC-A (Lomo Kompakt Automat) and I carry it with me everywhere I go.  

Lomography.com introduced me to a great community from around the world that share the same passion, analogue photography and documenting life. This was way before social media as we know it today. 

To celebrate 20 wonderful years, the Lomographic Soceity has put together this video: 

It has been twenty years of vignettes, light leaks, saturated colors, and lo-fi goodness. To honor Lomography's 20th anniversary, we prepared this video - looking back at some of the best photos uploaded to lomography.com in the past 20 years!

Check out Twenty Years of Analogue Love, a site dedicated to 20 years of Lomography. And here's a look back at the past 20 years in pictures:

20 Years of Analogue Photography History in the Making: A Photo Recap 1991-1999

20 Years of Analogue Photography History in the Making: A Photo Recap 2000-2012

Also make sure you read this BBC article, Did the Lomo camera save film photography? (my answer is hell yeah). 

(I am currently in Singapore, so I've not had a chance to orgainise an event to celebrate this happy event, but will try to do so when I'm back.)