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Is social conformity and opinions of your peers impacting on your creativity as a photographer?

Photography in it’s truest sense is a form of art. I am quite sure most people would be aware of this. And what exactly is art? According to the Oxford English Dictionary the term “art” means – “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting […] The post Is social conformity and opinions of your peers impacting on your creativity as a photographer? appeared first on DIY Photography.
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