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  1. zorki
    zorki · · Reply

    Enjoy your stay in Osaka @mackiechartres! I hope you'll take a lot of great pictures there🙂

  2. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    no uploads today for me today, and for the next 2 coming weeks, I am about to fly to Osaka, I'll be back in July ! take care !

  3. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    thanks for the links 👍 and whatever your skills and techniques are, I really dig your uploads folks, @stevejack0 @stereograph @schwarzesauge @steamtug1959 @zorki and so on...

  4. zorki
  5. zorki
    zorki · · Reply

    @schwarzesauge: I found two old notes from 2014. They might be interesting for context:

  6. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    Looks pretty lomo but because i used an expensive camera it isn't? www.lomography.id/homes/stevejack0/photos/27375940?order=re…

  7. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stevejack0 I have to make photos you like?

  8. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stereograph WTF are you on about! So I have to leave this site because you don't like my boring photos?

  9. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @stevejack0 you think this look at your photos, perfect boringness with a 5000$ Camera.
    this is lomo not flickR!
    Deal: buy a Holga and show me what you can, let's meet at hignnoon on mainstreet!

  10. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stereograph No one thinks analogue is the same as lomo photography but it isn't chalk and cheese. It's more like cheese and yoghurt and luckily I'm not dairy/analogue intolerant, so I'm eating it all

  11. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    I guess there is more than one answer. The mindset itself, the overall culture, the economcs, .. I don't know. But at least we can continue taking imperfect, strange, crazy & blurry photos ;-)

  12. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    But, of course, I agree with @stereograph It has to do a lot with the mindset. The question is why people are less willing to make experiments, to make mistakes and lucky mistakes?

  13. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    only somehow okay, you maybe put your feet back in the digital water.

  14. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    not true for beginners. when you only start dipping your feet into the lomo-water, things like the prices for film, for camera, for develpoment cann be quite important. and if the first results are

  15. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    @mackiechartres @stereograph this is maybe true for you and me. I'm shooting for quite a long time. It is something that is somehow important for me. So it also ok to spend money. but this is maybe

  16. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    as a personal conclusion : as I already said, every camera (and every film) is worth using it. and we are all different here, boredom only arises from uniformity !

  17. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    @stereograph Yes, Lomography & photography are not exactly the same - I noticed it when "serious" amateurs made fun of me about it (not here, eh) - but I don't care. I like to practice both.

  18. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    want to save money? shoot b&w, develop it yourself, and there you go. also consider buying expired color. or home rolled kodak vision3. i buy those at 7$.

  19. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    i don't consider myself as an artist, but the price I have to pay for films and cams is part of what i do. i do not have the choice. and that said, i take photos & publish them almost every day.

  20. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    @schwarzesauge @zorki I agree wit @stereograph about the cost. Yes, its is expensive, but so are other hobbys, imo. I heard to guys today discussing about the price of playing tennis...

  21. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    ... many people thing that lomo & analogue photoraphy are the same, and that's wrong!
    To produce pristine photos from textbook with analogue methods is just anachronism but not lomo or lo-fi!

  22. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @schwarzesauge If you let money come in the way of your creativty, you're out! It kills the process.
    imo the problem is that due to the revival of analogue photography ...

  23. zorki
    zorki · · Reply

    Thank you for your comments @schwarzesauge. I would also say the current problem is the expensive film prices. Understandably nobody wants to waste a 25 € Fuji Provia 100 in a 5 € thrift store camera.

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  25. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    @stereograph you don't wanna waste it. As a result you make less experiments and think twice before taking a photo. The result: Less chaotic, less vibrant lomography....

  26. schwarzesauge
    schwarzesauge · · Reply

    @stereograph to come back to the original discussion: I think the problem is on the other side. Films are getting far more expensive. So, specially as a starter with energy but not that much money,

  27. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stereograph Nope

  28. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @stevejack0 Oh, you mean you're the guy that was banned on flickR, for bitching around. i understand!

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  32. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    🤣👍

  33. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stereograph Ronnie Pickering

  34. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @steamtug1959 i already know you have no sense of humour.

  35. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @stereograph What do you want from me?

  36. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @Vicuna I would be very happy if you could give me Gérard's email address. I hope nothing happened to him!!!! Kind Regards, Ralph

  37. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @steamtug1959 like a cast-iron skillet i.e. makes for sure a better gumbo!
    your argumet is invalid! ;-)

  38. vicuna
    vicuna · · Reply

    If you want to stay in touch with him, send me a private message and I'll give you his email, he will be pleased to hear from some members of the community!

  39. vicuna
    vicuna · · Reply

    For those who wonder about the account of my brother @gheinz, he decided to leave the site and cancelled his account ☹️☹️

  40. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @stevejack0 who did you say you were again?

  41. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @stevejack0 🤣👍

  42. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    @steamtug1959 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  43. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @mackiechartres Chef in a restaurant: "I like your Photos - you must have a good Camera." Helmut Newton (after the Meal): "The Food was excellent - you definitely have good Pots."

  44. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @mackiechartres I completely agree with you, yesterday I entered photos with toy cameras (Sprocket Rocket, Belair, Spinner) to show that it is possible to take good (or bad) photos with any camera

  45. stevejack0
    stevejack0 · · Reply

    @stereograph Forget about what others are doing. Shoot what you like to shoot, use whatever camera you like and stop bitching about it

  46. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    There are toy camera snobs, just as there are Leicasselblad snobs. Personally I like to use any camera for what it has to offer, and experiment with it.

  47. mackiechartres
    mackiechartres · · Reply

    @stereograph @zorki I wasn't there 10 years ago so I cannot tell how it was on Lomo... I also do yawn at some professional photos, but it's not about the camera, it's about attitude and spontaneity.

  48. stereograph
    stereograph · · Reply

    @zorki Mir geht es um diese "profi-photographen" die ausschliesslich mit Hasselblad oder Leica arbeiten und das auch so wie man es auf der Uni lernte! Gähn!

  49. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 · · Reply

    @an4 auch bei mir alles von Klaus gelöscht. Fotos die Geschichte sind, verschwinden. Kein Museum schmeißt Bilder & Geschichte wenn ein Künstler stirbt o. geht. Millionen Fotos sind so bald sehr wenig

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