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With so much “photography” happening, it’s easy to think that photographs will (have) become totally devalued, making it very difficult for a photographer to make a living. However, if you look at photography as simply a (visual) language, it’s not the medium but the “story” that’s important; and that “story” should be as unique as the photographer him/herself, and as interesting as what the photographer has within him/her to say.

Has the overwhelming prevalence of speech and written language undercut the value of stories, speeches, history, or literature?

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