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To add to the list of unexpected pop-up shops that have opened this holiday season: Lomography, "the source for experimental and creative analogue snapshot photography," unveiled its own temporary store in Greenwich Village on Saturday. The bare-bones shop is filled with an assortment of analogue cameras for photographers who enjoy the saturated, sometimes blurry images they produce. The store will be open for a month.