John Kennerdell writes at The Online Photographer that even as an arts and humanities guy, it took him years to appreciate how much of photography turns out to be non-intuitive or even counter-intuitive. The hard part is explaining why.
"While most photographs don't aspire to be art, ultimately their value to us depends on something that art teaches us: direct emotional response."
Great food for thought. Read his entire blog entry here.
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