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What is a Contemporary Fine Art Gallery? Contemporary Fine Art Photography goes beyond the literal representation of a scene or subject. It deeply expresses the feelings of the photographer and clearly reveals that it was created by an artist and not by just the camera.
The photograph must reproduce what the artist was feeling when they were observing a particular scene. It is not an editorial capture of a moment in time. The photographer may use a variety of methods such as:
- long exposures
- wide-angle lenses
- different depths of field
- black and white
- or other techniques to draw the viewer’s eye to a specific area of the photograph.