The method adopted had two parts

The only obstacle to the economic exploitation of photography by. The art exchange was its nature as a trace and hence its potential for unlimited faithful reproduction. The market therefore had to adopt ways that would make the trace an object and that would transform the copy into an original and the unlimited into limited. In short they would add a lot of surplus value to something that seemingly had none and would turn the buyer into an investor.

Which had an impact on their economic value

If a photographer therefore printed and offered Raster to Vector Conversion for sale a series of identical copies numbered from to or a common number in the photograph these copies would have a much higher value since the particular photograph would thus virtually become a rarity. The limited number would also give it specific dimensions. The dimensions of the specific prints allowing in case of successful sales. The issue of a new numbered series with new dimensions even in the same proportion. In fact if the need or opportunity arose for the photographer to sell a photograph.

 

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In fact if the need or opportunity

Until recently photographs that had been printed Aleart News by the photographer himself or under his personal supervision were classified as vintage. Which had an impact on their economic value. For some years now the term. Has included copies proven to have been printed within.  A few years of the photograph being taken which multiplies. The value by necessarily limiting the copies that would fall within such a limit.

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