Why Is Photography Considered Art?

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Photography is considered an art form because it requires that an artist (the photographer) apply himself or herself to attain the end product. With the advent of digital photography, the art form of photography is now widely available to society.
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It wasn't considered art when people first started using it. People considered it a kind of gimmick and felt the sun should get more of the credit for the image than the one clicking
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It is a folk art, a democratic art, sometimes a fine art. Really it's a personal question, since there are many differing definitions of art.
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I guess you must have put up a "how good are my pictures" post and got some honest answers telling you they were crap then? Why else would you be posting this rubbish.
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Teaching is improvisational. An excellent teacher adapts his lessons to include projects that support more than one kind of learner. Oral tests, multiple choice and group interaction
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