Just a lomography question.

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Hike Pics
Hike Pics Senior Member • Posts: 1,992
The Best Way To Understand Lomography Is....
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.....just read through the "10 Golden Rules"...

https://www.lomography.com/about/the-ten-golden-rules

I am active on Lomography a good bit, and with both film and digital cameras. For film, I pretty much always use outdated (sometimes very) film and shoot with cheap plastic cameras on up to any of my nicer 35mm cameras.

Lomography actually sells "artistic" lenses for digital cameras, so they are very much aware that there is a digital presence there. The digital cameras I use for "digital lomography" are very specific and have their own strange and weird output without any post-processing artsy filter needs.

Personally, I carve my own planet in photographics.....shooting my own style that makes me happy and even challenges me. I don't mind to be called a photographer, lomographer, picture taker or whatever. Just don't call me late for supper!

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