What Is Pictorial Photography?

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Pictorial photography is a branch of photography that deals in making pictures that appeal to the eye by using photography. Some of the areas that pictorial photography covers include landscapes, nature and portraiture. In addition, this form of photography is quite different from abstract and documentary photography.
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