Fine Art Photography

Fine art photography can be defined as photography created in high art form for the purpose of archival use. In other words, fine art photography is a photograph taken with a certain style of artistic value, and meant for the purpose of recreated and sharing to be appreciated for that artistic value. Essentially, fine art photography is very objective, and each photograph has it's own voice that is either appreciated or rejected by a viewer.

Fine art photography can be taken digitally or with a conventional film camera. The resulting photographs of fine art photography are reproduced in limited quantity and sold. These types of photographs are called Limited Edition Prints, and because the number of prints is so small, the photographer can often ask a larger price for them. Many photographers choose to take many of their fine art photographs and comprise a coffee table book.

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