Quote Originally Posted by Helinophoto View Post
My whole point was that by trying to place their community closer to ours, their naturally inquisitive nature may (and indeed may not) lead to a situation where some of them find that they can learn to find an even greater joy in "controlling" their creativity. This isn't something they try to do in the Lomo-community in general, but people are people and some of them will always want to learn more. (and APUG certainly is the world-class leader as a knowledge-base for all things analog, it's amazing)
One way to induce this would be providing them with something they want and need right now, like methods and recipes for lomographic work. In fact the only time anyone in my home town asked me about photo chemistry was a guy who runs an analog photography store, and he wanted to modify a C41 kit so that it creates off colors that simple scanning software could not easily correct. I felt like that unknown chemist to who showed Van Gogh the Chromium Yellow pigment ...