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Photography as a Means of Expression

Can we consider photography to be a means of expression? I think so.

A photograph is almost always associated with a reproduction of reality. When you look at a photograph you assume at least something similar to what is depicted really existed. This might suggest that photography, unlike painting, is a mere witness or a faithful reproduction of reality.

Travel Photography is not a photographic genre

Travel Photography is clearly my vocation.

I’m the opposite of a manichean. The Pope can hate me, but I’m the son of current relativism. This doesn’t mean that I don’t have opinions—which I have—or I’m not able to judge things, but I rather tend to establish my point of view “relatively” to mutual standpoints.