Well, as I now discovered a Ricoh Kr-10X that was given to me for christmas (thanks again for the surprise) and left in Germany while I had been to the Netherlands for almost 4 months I question myself:
is it Lomography that I am doing with that camera?
and what to do you need to call a photo a lomograph (or lomographic picture)???
So is it using the ten golden rules of Lomography that let any picture become a lomograph? I would have the problem that rule 10 is saying to forget all the rules, so EVERYBODY in the whole wide world would be a Lomographer.
Is every analogue photo a lomograph?
Can a digital picture also be a lomograph (I remember the discussion we had for the Wrangler competition Winner Announcement a while back seeing the shot was taken with an iPhone)?
Is it the spirit?
Is it being analogue?
Is it thinking analogue?
Is it a desiscion (today I am a lomographer and tomorrow I shoot digital?)
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