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09-18-2019 11:28 PM
pastelartprints Photography is an art because of how it represents, how it communicates and transmits ideas.
07-01-2019 01:45 PM
Alice Bell
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This topic will never lose relevance!
Am I right?
07-01-2019 05:12 AM
Janny765 I'm not fulfilled that it is.
06-30-2019 09:07 AM
Alice Bell This topic will never lose relevance!
03-07-2016 06:56 PM
just
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Okay, I'm reading this conversation and trying to imagine the both of you in a room discussing this. It seems to me that it's just a matter of two different opinions regarding photography as an art form, and the extent of photography for it to be construed as art.

I hope that this difference of opinion doesn't effect any future topics on the forum.

@just @Jason

That's the way I imagined it.
03-06-2016 11:30 AM
Jason
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Okay, I'm reading this conversation and trying to imagine the both of you in a room discussing this. It seems to me that it's just a matter of two different opinions regarding photography as an art form, and the extent of photography for it to be construed as art.

I hope that this difference of opinion doesn't effect any future topics on the forum.

@just @Jason
they wont I found the ignore button lol
03-06-2016 10:56 AM
leighann Okay, I'm reading this conversation and trying to imagine the both of you in a room discussing this. It seems to me that it's just a matter of two different opinions regarding photography as an art form, and the extent of photography for it to be construed as art.

I hope that this difference of opinion doesn't effect any future topics on the forum.

@just @Jason
03-06-2016 10:26 AM
just
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You can choose to be hyper literal if you wish but don't expect me to engage you further. There is much more to photography then pointing and shooting. just like there is more to painting than brushing paint onto a canvas.
If you are going to use terms like 'hyper literal", I hope that you don't engage me further. When you are a truly a natural artist, cameras make it easier to produce art.
03-06-2016 09:14 AM
Jason
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Sure it is, if pointing and shooting can produce art. My point was that hard work and weeks of planning doesn't mean that it's art.
You can choose to be hyper literal if you wish but don't expect me to engage you further. There is much more to photography then pointing and shooting. just like there is more to painting than brushing paint onto a canvas.
03-06-2016 07:47 AM
just
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So we agree it is an art form I am glad we cleared that up and can move on.

Sure it is, if pointing and shooting can produce art. My point was that hard work and weeks of planning doesn't mean that it's art.
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