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Research about photography, part of self-learning

Research about photography, part of self-learning

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  • 1. Photography -Lisa Jones-
  • 2. • “ the camera is only a tool in the same that the brush is a tool, and one capable in the hands of an artist of conveying thought, feeling, expressing individuality, and also the usual attributes of art in their degree.” Henry Peach Robinson 1830-1901 ê
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  • 19. '' Not everybody trusts paintings but people believe photographs '' Ansel Adams landscape photographer
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