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    If you find any "American Annual of Photography" up to 1950's, you can see a lot of Pictorialism.
    Frank R.Fraprie (editor) was one of the last champions of the movement.
    "Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo
    It's no surprise to me, in this era of photoshopped photofictions, that the art world that now includes photography as a full fledged partner is embracing alternative processes and other non-modernist imagemaking as well as traditional straight photography.
    Well to a degree, but in a self-conscious and self-referential way that would seem most alien to Clarence White or Ms Kasebier. One can't map Jerry Spagnoli or Stephen Berkman onto 1905 simply because of the materials they choose to employ. The meaning and purposes of those processes are deeply altered.

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    Do not confuse the genre of "Pictorialism" (making photographs which attempt to look like paintings) with those techniques often used around the turn of the century to simulate painterly imagery (dark, soft-focus images with no detail in the shadows or highlights, and usually accompanied by dreamy captions from romantic Victorian novels).

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