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Strangely enough, I actually preferred the photographs from 'The Art Of The American Snapshot' to those from 'Depth Of Field'. The fine art photography work looks a little stale when compared to the moments of everyday life.As for "The death of photography"; I'll just quote the first line of the article - "How is that even remotely possible?"!
Yeah to posit an idea like "The Death Of Photography" is reaching for a subject when you have run out of things to write. Photography is alive and well. I see many beautiful photographs, though I agree with th aspect of digital photography being a non-realism medium when it comes to excessive post. I also believe that the future of realism in photography is prime for some good home cookin'.
I agree. Digital manipulation is all well and good but often goes too far! I think good solid work grounded in realism is photography's strength (as is mentioned in the article) and should not be downplayed.
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