My attitude toward photography is simple: "how can I stand out if I shoot like everybody else?". I hate repeating what a billion on our planet is doing. I want to do something else.
To be fair, I find it admirable that someone is trying to find a new way to express himself or herself through photography. The key, though, is to have something to say other than just making something look different. My college photography professor used a panoramic camera, but never shot panoramas. Instead he used the camera as a documentary tool, shooting ordinary scenes in extraordinary ways. He went on to work for Ansel Adams and his wife eventually became Adams' official biographer.You can start by framing something interesting in a way that others find aesthetically pleasing. Do that well and you can get away with the worst camera and lens currently on the market.
I mentioned Andreas Gursky in my original response. Gursky has used large format cameras and film and painstaking digital manipulation to create a unique vision and earn himself a permanent place in the history of photography. Kudos to Besisika for trying to forge his own vision.