‘The term “photography” encompasses a broad spectrum of practices and applications.
From journalists on the front lines to weekend hobbyists, from old-school wet process junkies to new-school digital wunderkinds, the umbrella of photographic practice is continually expanding. The very definition is an ongoing subject of conversation within photographic circles (particularly photography as a fine art practice).
For many, a photograph is simply an image that captures an event/place/person as it occurred or looked in front of the lens. Even today, with an endless array of image-altering programs literally at our fingertips, there remains a degree of veracity associated with the photographic.’
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