Fine Art Portraiture
The most essential and fundamental criterion distinguishing fine art photography from other areas of photography is that fine art photography is not about the digital exposure of an object. Using the camera to document exactly what is in front of the photographer is usually within the scope of photographic journalism and is often found in publications that contain puristic images shot with a camera to capture the scene exactly as they did was just.
Fine art photography, on the other hand, mainly concerns the artist. It is not about capturing what the camera sees; it's about keeping track of what the artist sees. In fine art photography, the artist uses the camera as another tool to create a work of art. The camera is transformed into a work of art that reveals the artist's vision and makes a statement on perception rather than documenting the object in front of the lens