BetterPhoto Q&A
Category: New Questions

Photography Question 
Ken Reaves
 

Fine Art Photography


I hear and see the words "fine art" often attached to the word photography. I've even used it, but, I'm not sure if I have a clear understanding of what is meant by the term. Is it a style? Is it how your prints are made? Or is it a little of both?

Thanks,
Ken


To love this question, log in above
2/2/2005 10:27:58 AM

 
Michael H. Cothran   I sell "fine art photography" at juried arts and crafts shows.
Pretty much anything that anyone would hang on a wall for the sake of decorating or collecting could be considered "fine art." Maybe even those Sears family portraits, or your kids little league pictures! It does a good job of making one's photographs sound better verbally. That's about it. Call any picture you want 'fine art' if it feels right to you.
Michael H. Cothran
www.mhcphoto.net


To love this comment, log in above
2/2/2005 11:59:12 AM

 
Log in to respond or ask your own question.