Been reviving my old passion for film photo recently & today saw the "Krappy Kamera" (mostly lomographic cams and pin-holes) show at Soho Photo Gallery here in NYC. It was humbling. I thought I was taking good photos - mine aren't bad, but, wow, theirs', these photographers, they are great artIsts. No kidding. And in my humbled state, I'm wondering about the "technique" in printing or, in producing the viewed image, that dominates in this exhibit. How important is that to the end result? The so-called "krappy" camera is not really krappy at all. Krappy cameras, some by design, produce interestingly quirky images. Maybe I'm just feeling like these great photos weren't made in the recording device used to create them but, instead, in the darkroom (or photoshop in a few cases)? Has anyone here seen this show? What do you think? (personally, I love it but am befuddled too).