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we are not interested in labels
like artist, master or professional photographer because the work done by
anyone shows at what level they are. Let the work speak for its self.
Weston covered this well over 80 years ago:
Is it art—can it be? Who knows or cares! It is a vital new way of seeing, it
belongs to our day and age, its possibilities have only been touched upon.
So why bother about art—a word so abused it is almost obsolete. But for the
sake of discussion, the difference between good and bad art lies in the
minds that created, rather than in skill of hands: a fine technician may be
a very bad artist, but a fine artist usually makes himself a fine technician
to better express his thought. And the camera not only sees differently with
each worker using it, but sees differently than the eyes see: it must, with
its single eye of varying focal lengths.
Edward Weston, Camera Craft, Vol. 37, No. 7, pp. 313-20, 1930
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