Agree with that comment, but I fear people really get in a tiff over their perception of the characters making these images (hipsters), not so much the 'product' or results. I'll always be convinced that people can produce strong images with such processes and equipment. When it poses as art though, you can't help seeing the person behind the picture. This hipster witch hunt might transform into a more general analog photographer witch hunt someday. We're just a more developed version of Lomographers all said and done.