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Question 1: In 1974 the ________ opened, with emphases on both "humanitarian photojournalism" and "art photography"[28].
International Center of PhotographyManhattanGeorge Eastman HouseLife (magazine)

Question 2: Until the late 1970s several genres predominated, such as; nudes, portraits, natural landscapes (exemplified by ________).
Yosemite National ParkAnsel AdamsManzanarDorothea Lange

Question 3: Additionally, new technological trends in digital photography has opened a new direction in ________, where careful filtering choices across the ultraviolet, visible and infrared lead to new artistic visions.
Aerial photographyColor temperatureFull-spectrum photographyRGB color model

Question 4: One photography historian claimed that "the earliest exponent of 'Fine Art' or composition photography was John Edwin Mayall" who exhibited ________ illustrating the Lord's Prayer in 1851[20].
Gelatin silver processDaguerreotypeCameraPhotographic developer

Question 5: Discussions of "fine art photography" in Usenet newsgroups[14][15], ________[16][17], and blogs[18][19] have not come to a consensus regarding the definition of the term.
Instant messagingSocial network serviceE-mailInternet forum

Question 6: F. Holland Day, ________ and Edward Steichen were instrumental in making photography a fine art, and Steiglitz was especially notable in introducing it into museum collections.
Camera WorkAlfred Stieglitz291 (Art Gallery)Armory Show

Question 7: Around 80 percent were sold in the ________.
PhilippinesUnited StatesAlaskaCanada

Question 8: The ________ authorities use "art photography" as "photography of art," and "artistic photography" (i.e., "Photography, artistic") as "photography as a fine art, including aesthetic theory"[10].
United States CongressUnited States CapitolUnited States House of RepresentativesLibrary of Congress

Question 9: The work of ________ in Yosemite and Yellowstone provides an example.
Yosemite National ParkManzanarDorothea LangeAnsel Adams

Question 10: Breakthrough 'star' artists in the 1970s and 80s, such as Sally Mann and ________, still relied heavily on such genres, although seeing them with fresh eyes.
Robert MapplethorpeUnited StatesNew York CityBrooklyn


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