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Originally, painters sought to depict reality, as closely as possible. Early photography threatened to replace that art, as cameras could obvious… Read More
Originally, painters sought to depict reality, as closely as possible. Early photography threatened to replace that art, as cameras could obviously produce a picture faster and more accurately than brushes. However, instead of fading into history, paintings began to show viewers an impression or vision, not necessarily reality. Film in the age of digital is like paint in the age of photography. Analog cameras are rarely used to document, but their ability to create artistically has not been diminished. Read Less
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