I always wanted to share my thinkings about what I see in the large community of lomographers. Many times I see tons of pics of poor quality uploaded without any (?) reason... Does this belong to the rule of Lomography "don't think just shoot" or is something like "I publish a lot so I'm more visible? "
I always tried to select my pics to upload in this website, following two basic rules:
1. I have to LOVE what I share
2. I want people LIKE (or maybe just be impressed) what I publish
This brings me to make always a selection of the tons of pics i shoot, in order to publish good quality albums.
I see that many times other users prefer to upload a large quantity of pics, some of them with really bad scans (I do not mean that scans shall be professional, but sometimes they look really terrible!).
Then I see that most of the times the awarded pics are the better quality ones, so what is the meaning of submitting poor quality photos?
I’d love to hear your opinion about this matter. I think a community is really a rich resource to share ideas and thoughts, opinions and way of thinkings.
So, comment freely this post, let me know (if you like) your thoughts about this matter: QUALITY or QUANTITY? What’s the point?
A big hug ….
Franco / Peteparker