Ed, I kind of lost track of this thread and sort of forgot about it after that last post from me. I checked in and saw this response from you.
It seemed very fitting to the discussion of the post. I have to admit that I am more aligned with Adams' point of view.
your website is worth a recommendation:
All the best
I have seen many interesting responses to Art vs. Photography.
What it all boils down to is quite simplistic.
ART is subjective.
“One mans garbage is another mans gold.” This statement rings true when applied to art.
There isn’t a person on this planet that can tell me what art is or what art should be. I’ll decide that for myself. If one decides that photography is not art that is fine for that individual. That is his or her opinion.
I on the other I hand find photography to be extremely artistic. We all see the world differently and our cameras lenses capture these subtle nuances.
The argument becomes redundant when one views art as subjective.