here is an odd article...
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Covey22 Charter MemberFri 23-Nov-12 02:13 PM
Nothing quite so odd about it. Lomography has long been a subject of sometimes intense and emotional debate between photographers. As the article references, it's hard to separate Lomography from the "hipster" craze of taking odd-looking or odd-feeling photos just to be fashionable. No doubt there are legitimate photographers using them effectively to move the art forward. Similar issues surround the use of smartphone cameras coupled with apps like Instagram, which aspires to Lomography through post-capture digital filter options.
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agitater Nikonian since 18th Jan 2007Sat 24-Nov-12 10:38 PM
I know 6 people shooting with Diana, Zenit and Lomo cameras in Toronto. They're having a lot of fun, they're doing creative stuff (along with a lot more mundane junk too), and dropping into The Lomography Store on a regular basis (located on Queen St West in Toronto). In the hands of the best photographers, a cheap Diana with its cheap lens is a creative tool. For everyone else, it's just a lot of fun I think.