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On Attitudes, Arrogance, and Choice in Photography

5 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Whenever PetaPixel has published an article about chemical photography in recent months, it has been met with a plethora of malicious, if not even downright hateful, comments. They're left by photographers who claim that only they may decide on how other photographers, their colleagues, or even hobbyists who simply enjoy photography for what it is may pursue photography as their passion or job.
It might be difficult to conclude that the photographic community is divided based on empirical data, but many perceive it that way and it gets obvious if you read comments that express the wish for...
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