Fine art photography dates back to the Victorian age when a new artistic expression was found. It is a professional work of art that that brings out pictures with a combination of artistic creative vision with prints and special effects. It has a special target group which comprises photo collectors and dealers.The main aim of fine art photography was to create photos that closely resemble paintings. This was at the beginning of the 20th century, but with the passing of time and with development of better ways to carry out photography, this changed to the current photojournalism and aesthetic approach that has made it a common phenomenon to have pictures framed and glasses in a variety of sizes. All these are then used as well hangings and on the side as part of house interior designing.For the best results in fine art photography, invest in high quality, reliable camera and keep in mind that lighting and staging greatly affects the quality of your photos. Cameras come in different sizes and with different capabilities. They range from medium-format to large-format cameras. You can also chose your camera depending on whether it is digital or not.Fine art photography remains one way in which we can capture moments that will later in life form part of past enjoyable memories. One thing that remains however is for the media to be able to fully exploit this art and they will be sure to come up with some form of vivid representations of social issues in a way that has not ben experienced before.