Art pictures, also known as fine art photography, are photographs that are created with the intention of being viewed as a form of art. Unlike commercial photography, which is created for a specific purpose such as advertising or documentation, art pictures are created purely for aesthetic purposes. The photographer uses their technical and creative skills to capture images that are visually striking, emotionally evocative, and thought-provoking. Art pictures can be created using a variety of techniques and styles, including black and white photography, color photography, digital manipulation, and alternative processes such as cyanotype or platinum printing. The subject matter of art pictures can be anything from landscapes and cityscapes to portraits and still life. What sets art pictures apart from other forms of photography is the photographer's unique vision and creative approach to capturing the image. Art pictures have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, and are collected by art enthusiasts and collectors. They can be purchased as limited edition prints, with each print being signed and numbered by the photographer. Art pictures can also be found in books, magazines, and online galleries.
fine art photography, aesthetic, creative, vision, limited edition prints
CITATION : "Christopher Jones. 'Art Pictures.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=366761 (Accessed on September 22, 2023)"
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