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The art or practice of taking and processing photographs.
- ‘Now she is in her second year at Dun Laoghaire Art College, studying photography.’
- ‘The photography was stunning as it has been consistently, which makes me glad I do pay my license fee.’
- ‘His new art of photography had demonstrated its promise but had remained in a drawer during this period.’
- ‘I felt that it might lead me to understand why photography as an art form compels my interest.’
- ‘This is photography as an art form as you will never have seen it before.’
- ‘More importantly, food photography allows Tony to indulge in his passion for art.’
- ‘At this time the influence of the cinema began to influence both still photography and painting.’
- ‘That explains why she tried so hard to achieve the effect of painting in photography.’
- ‘Quentin Williams makes this point in a perceptive essay on painting and photography.’
- ‘The first rule of good sports photography is to get as close as possible to the action.’
- ‘Time is aiming it at graphic designers and those working with digital photography.’
- ‘On his return he purchased his first Leica camera and began to explore photography on the streets.’
- ‘Take a look at the great work that's been done this term in photography and graphics.’
- ‘In many ways, I think the article applies to photography in magazines generally.’
- ‘The firm has just branched out into doing canvas prints and fine art photography.’
- ‘Magic awaits in the two upstairs galleries, the magic that makes up the art of photography.’
- ‘It looked marvellous and there was a lot of inventive and well executed photography and montage.’
- ‘The main character's a photographer so there's quite a bit of photography going on in the movie.’
- ‘He enjoyed photography and liked to take still life shots and photographs of the countryside.’
- ‘What I love about photography is that it stops me looking at the world, and forces me to try to see it a little instead.’
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