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Also, I feel like comparisons between fine art photography and other subcategories will be inherently skewed. The presentation of an individual in a senior portrait versus the fine-art presentation of an individual are going to be vastly different, and I can't see the grounds for making them comparable. A structural change to remedy this would be to separate all the fine art subcategories into one Fine Art primary category, and then subdivide by subject, e.g. Fine Art => People, Fine Art => Architecture, etc.; I think that this makes for a much more justified comparison. While subject matter will differ more vastly, I think that a big driving factor behind comparing fine art images is looking at the artistic intent, and so comparing the execution of that intent via the final artwork is a more accurate way of gauging quality.
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