Are you hip enough to be square?

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It's hip to be square! Ever wondered which square-format camera would you be? Find out here with this short Lomography certified quiz to find out!

It’s Hip to be Square:

Question: What type of square are you?

Describe your favourite square-format photo characteristic.
a. Dreamy, luscious soft-focus – I’m a hope-filled romantic!
b. Elegant and sharp professional-quality photos – I fancy things of class and perfection.
c. Heavily vignetted – I am surrounded by a tinge of mystery which is my charm.
d. Versatile – I sometimes like to shoot in fancy squares, but also like to live on the edge with panoramic photos.

Characteristics I’m looking for with my square-format camera companion would be…
a. Something I could use to experiment rolls of film with – I’d try anything once!
b. Something that could teach me the dandy rules of photography –
c. Something I could use to compose quirky, clean-fun shots – I love sticking to the status quo but deviating a bit!
d. Something that I could take anywhere I go, and take lots of shots with on a single trip.

It’s hip to be square! Ever wondered which square-format camera would you be? Find out here with this short Lomography certified quiz to find out!

My ideal shooting philosophy is
a. Charming, creative and experimental
b. Intimate, personal and up-close
c. Attention-seeking, extroverted and lovable
d. New, Adventurous, take-me-anywhere philosophy

If I were to be given a gift, what suits me best would be…
a. A unique, majestic and classic device – I like the mix of old and modern.
b. A multi-functional tool – I want something that I could hand down to my grandkids with its toughness!
c. Something to play with both day and night – I take my favourite tools anywhere I go!
d. Something that would never end; has multiple functions and output formats

If you answered A to most of the questions, then you’re a Diana F+! Pair it up with our complete lens collection for flawless portraits and landscapes, or even go for long-term with its pinhole function! It’s all that and a bag of chips!

Diana F+ In the Store
Diana F+ Microsite
Diana F+ Gallery

If you answered D for the mostpart, then you’re the new Diana Mini! Oozing with new features such as half-frame photos and the first-ever square-format on 35mm film – all in a new compact body!

Diana Mini in the Store
Diana Mini Microsite
Diana Mini Gallery

If you answered B, you’re a classy Lubitel 166+. And finally if you’re inclined to answering C, then you’re a ravishing Holga 120!

Lubitel in the Store
Lubitel 166+ Gallery
Holga in the Store
Holga 120 Gallery

written by plainjane on 2009-09-07 in #news #quizz #hip-to-be-square

6 Comments

  1. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    but im fat.....which square do i fit into? :(

    jokes =P

  2. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    I'm in between C and D so I have to find money to buy a diana mini...

  3. disdis
    disdis ·

    I think I fit into all of them... well, my Lubitel is broken so...

  4. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    I think I fit everyone of the 4 square styles.... having as much pleasure to shoot with the Diana F+, Holga or Lubitel... and can't wait to receive my diana mini to explore this new square/half frame universe...! :)))

  5. sugiyamasatomi
    sugiyamasatomi ·

    I, too, seem to fit in all the styles...oh, no wonder I own all of those camera! :D

  6. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    A & D for me :)))

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