When I use a Lomo, I don't look through the viewfinder. Instead I concentrate on what's happening in front me, then when it's right I press the shutter, bang!—it gives you a real image. I believe photography is about real life. I hate being in the studio and setting things up. To get an image of real life you have to be part of it. You can't be a photographer standing there with a camera. As soon as you do that everyone starts posing or behaving in a different way. The Lomo is perfect for taking pictures without interrupting the flow of life.