Term: Fine Art Photography
Description: Fine Art Photography is a form of creative photography that expresses an intangible idea, emotion, or message. Fine Art Photography can be thought of as the opposite of representational photography forms such as photojournalism, which documents reality and records history. In contrast, fine art photography is a photographer's artistic expression. Fine art photography can span many different types of photographic genres, including landscape, wedding, portrait, abstract, and still life.
Fine Art Photography
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