Just a lomography question.

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embie
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Re: The real positive about Lomography..
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linux99 wrote:

For me the real positive about the whole Lomography movement was the idea of shooting with low-fi cameras and realising that the fun and spontaneity is as important as the precision.

It made me think in quite a different way about my photography - a good thing.

These were shot with a Smena on Ilford XP2 400.

Wel, well, well...Lately I saw that this is the same result that nowadays people are trying to achieve with their expensive high tech cameras and then be hailed for it, LOL.

eMBie

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