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The input may not be very large when art is photography, since in photographs most of the work of drawing and rendering is done by the action of the light on chemicals, but there must be someone behind the camera who is an artist, and whose vision is somehow reflected in the photograph, otherwise it is not a work of art.

Gene Thorton, "When Scientists Take the Shots", New York Times, January 14, 1979

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