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August 14, 2013

Why fine art photography?

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Ada —

In the middle of one of our conversations, Matt told me that he passed several handsome old barns on his drive from Houston, but that he just “didn’t get” why anyone would stop to photograph them. I smiled to myself when he said that because earlier in the week I had done exactly that, though with disappointing results (the sky was too bright and wasn’t yielding to my efforts to get some tone in it, so I put it on my “go back” list.)

In the end, the pursuit of any endeavor is, of course, a very personal one, particularly if we are emotionally invested in that endeavor. For me as the years have passed, I have tried to expand my photographic vision and the way I communicate that to my audience, and it has borne results both tangible and intangible.

You can read more of Richard’s views on fine art photography at richardbarron.net/cameras.

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