Who doesn't love a bit of Lomography? Positioned as professional for the amateur photographer, it has done wonders for simplifying the process and making sure that almost anyone can take eye-catching pictures. Cameraphones, instagram be damned. Lomography is the choice for the non-professional picture taker.
The Museum of London present LomoWall, an exhibition undertaken with Lomography, and the first of its kind in the UK since 2007. The display, like the cameras, is startlingly simple and equally as attractive. Wrapped sixty-five metres around the entrance and rotunda of the museum (based, appropriately enough, in London Wall) are three hundred thousand pictures submitted by more than fifteen thousand people from thirty-two countries, all under the theme of 'inspiring and achieving in London's Olympic year'.
And the Museum of London is surely the most germane of locations, representing the most wonderful and awesome of the capital's present and history. And this is precisely what the LomoWall is: a series of individual moments of 2012 - a historic year in the history of this greatest of cities - captured and celebrated by ordinary people, inspired across the world.
LomoWall is at the Museum of London until 06 January 2013.