What do you think of when you think about fine art and its subgenre in photography? Does it interest you or turn you right off? Let me tell you this, I was one of those people in the “latter” category – just didn't interest me. So coming as far as I have to produce a piece on the subject means I've definitely stretched my scope and how I perceive it now has changed for life. So then, you guessed it already, we're having a look into Fine Art Grunge Photography featuring a ton of tips you can begin applying right away without a ton of skills and expensive gear & lighting (a preconception you may have).
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What Does “Fine Art” Photography Mean?
Fine Art Photography although does not have a universally defined or agreed meaning, refers to photographs that are created in accordance with the creative vision of the photographer. It could also be called photographic art or artistic photography that involves more than framing, capturing and a little post processing. There is more to seeing, composing and letting your creativity flow in creating that final piece of art that could be printed on large canvas. Of course, some artists who are photographers may just get bored after a while, y'know with just taking photos and doing basic editing in Lightroom or Photoshop. Something they once found to be a fun thing to do, may eventually get tedious and crave something more, something extraordinary out of their images.
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