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Photokina Interview

For all the German speaking Lomographers the world over, Wolfgang Stranzinger, one of the founders of LSI, talks to "Happy Shooting":http://www.happyshooting.de about Lomography at Photokina. Have a look :)

For all the German speaking Lomographers the world over, Wolfgang Stranzinger, one of the founders of LSI, talks to Happy Shooting about Lomography at Photokina. Have a look :)

Be sure to check out other videos from the Photokina!

written by lucasjakobsson

7 comments

  1. zoso1019

    haha wish i could tell what they were saying

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  2. 7samurai

    7samurai

    Happy Shooting Yeser!!

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  3. louvetau

    louvetau

    hey, who can write a liitle english script, ha?

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  4. louvetau

    louvetau

    hey, who can write a liitle english script, ha?

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  5. graefin

    graefin

    Okay: Short summary--> the interviewing guy ask Wolfgang what Lomography means and he answers that it means analogue snapshot photography and that this is a worldwide movement. That digital sure is something good but that in our digital world we need analogue photography to go back to basics. The pictures of the wall come from all over the world it just took two weeks to have enough pictures to built the huge wall.
    Then he shows us the new Lubitel + and tells the audience that this camera has a new feature: It now also takes 35mm film. The happy shooting guy then makes a joke about the click and forwarding sound of the LCA. Next they explain the Diana and that the camera comes with a lot of different accesoires, like a fisheye, wideangle and close up lense.
    Well that's all ;)

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  6. louvetau

    louvetau

    thanx LOADS!

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  7. louvetau

    louvetau

    thanx LOADS!

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