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Arts and Photography in The New Era

Quite often, people find it difficult to differentiate the term art and photography with more clarity. Many photographers who have their own way of taking unique snapshots want to present their work in fine arts category. It will not be possible for you to decide on whether to accept it as an Art or as a simple photography if you do not have a precise knowledge on what is Art and Photography plus how they are related with and different from each other. There have been a lot of discussions on this topic; yet, it is still tough to make a stable stand on this topic.
To make it more concise, you can just try admiring a true fine art work and a unique photograph, then can decide on which one of these hold your attention, interest and admiration for a longer duration. The answer is hidden on the power of attraction of the work you are admiring. On the other hand, you can also not forget that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. The beauty of a snapshot or a picture cannot be underestimated based on the way it has been created and you cannot say that all paintings are appealing and inspiring. It is still possible to bring the details of a subject through a brush or a camera making both arts and photography stand on a stronger platform individually.
Arts and photography still have their own place and cannot be termed as an identical matter. An artist cannot capture any memorable moment as distinctly and fast as a photographer can do. Similarly, it will be tough for a photographer to create something very precious, irreplaceable and astonishing artworks as the artists use to produce from the very talent they own unlike normal people. But, both arts and photography have strongly appealing attraction that cannot be compared and cannot be taken in to bias conclusions.
It is not possible to wrap up these two different terms under a single phrase and at the same time; you cannot ignore the importance of these works, one over another. To sum up, with the changing pattern of arts and the technological developments we are experiencing today has brought a more fair answer on these two different terms. If both the arts and photography are combined together, it is possible to bring more refined pictures that can inspire and lure the beholder that an artwork or a photograph alone cannot do.It appears that your web host has disabled all functions for handling remote pages and as a result the BackLinks software will not function on your web page. Please contact your web host for more information.…

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Is Photography Really Art?

I was curious to find out what were some questions that are on peoples minds about photography. I have found that, “is photography really art,” is one of the most commonly asked questions. Is there a yes or no answer to this commonly asked question?
One widely accepted definition of art is the expression of creativity, imagination or both.
Isn’t everything you can see, hear and touch art? Music, furniture, landscapes, homes, toilets, people? Someone must have used their imagination to create those things right? Why is a colorful painting considered art but dried spilled paint may not be? The Mona Lisa, she is considered to be art by so many people but how about this picture of my grandmother. Is she considered art to you? She is to me.
Almost anything or anyone can be photographed. If you were to take a picture of a plain old pencil just lying on your desk would that be considered art too? You would have been creative enough to snap a picture of that pencil, who is to say it is not art?
As you can read there is no real answers in this article about this commonly asked question, just more questions.I can only ask you to think about what art really is to you. You are the only one who can define what art is in your eyes.
To me art is everything, even the very first thing I see when I wake up each morning. My perfectly white ceiling is simple and bright. The hardwood floor that I walk on to go and get my breakfast on has so much personality in each plank of wood that I step on. Our refrigerator is black and shiny which matches so well with the black, shiny microwave that is in our kitchen. These things please my eyes so they must be considered art to me.
My daughter Lily’s is the most beautiful thing that I have ever seen, Is she art? I created her with my body I think she is. She is the worlds best piece of art in my eyes. Is your child, mother or best friend yours?
On thing is certain, photography is a photographers tool to capture things that they see as art. Photography can display visions that are beautiful, interesting, creative, colorful, happy, sad, frustrating, big, small, pretty or ugly, perfect or weird, funny or serious, important or useless.
So is photography really art? There is no yes or no answer only the right answer for you.…