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  • Doug Nelson
    But is it "Art"? (part II)
    by Doug Nelson
    A recent conversation with a friend got me thinking about this subject again. I knew there was an excellent thread on this subject here already so I looked it up. Though it's still one of my favorite threads, it was concentrating on the commercial aspects (it's over in the Work/Jobs forum if you're...
    06-09-2003, 04:11 AM
  • Tareq
    Art in Photography.....Discussion
    by Tareq
    Hey all,

    I would like to ask about: What is art in photography?
    How can you define Photography Fine Art?
    When you can say about a photo that it is art?
    What is the standard or qualification for the photo to be an art?
    Who can tell about any photo that it...
    02-03-2009, 05:35 PM
  • Ed_L
    When is "enough" too much?
    by Ed_L
    Blacknight is considering making digital art from photos as a business venture. He is also considering art/craft fairs as a place to sell from. This brings up a question. If someone were to do that, how many different styles of digital art would be a good number to offer? It seems to reason that if...
    06-09-2002, 01:55 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    But is it "Art"?
    by Doug Nelson
    Not a real topic of information or controversy here, just some stuff that's been buzzing around my brain recently and I thought I'd jot it down to see if anyone has any thoughts on the matter.

    This business of inkjet companies listing 200 years as "archival" bugs me. The fact...
    12-18-2001, 03:58 AM
  • John Newton
    David Hockney's "Secret Knowledge"
    by John Newton
    I just got a new book yesterday called "Secret Knowledge" by the artist David Hockney. I've only read through the first third, but basically, Hockney spent two years researching the last 500 years of Western painting. His hypothesis is that many of the great painters used optical devices,...
    09-04-2002, 02:21 PM
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