If your only exposure to Stieglitz (or any photography) was his portrait of Oscar Bluemner, then you might think all photography was blurry, brown and contrastless.

The idea that those who use "lomo" cameras are so ignorant and ill-informed that they are incapable of looking further than wacky colours and light leaks ... well, I think it's a false assumption based on limited evidence, shall we say ...