from the newsletter… Without doubt we are living in an age that is simply drowning in images, where almost everyone, from a very young age, creates photographic images as “content” for a host of social media and numerous other platforms.
In his recent Fstoppers post Nils
Heiningert revisits the old debate over whether or not photography can be considered art.
He observes that with modern cameras much of the craft – once considered part of the “art” – of photography, has become considerably less important.
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