In Fine Art, the artist aims to demonstrate an idea, message or emotion through their work. It is visual art principally produced for aesthetic purposes and valued for its expressiveness. Therefore, Fine Art Photography is a mode of photography where creative expression takes centre stage. As a style, it differs from other forms of photography – such as Photorealism or Photojournalism – because it is less about digitally documenting a subject and more about using digital devices as tools to record an artistic vision. In other words, rather than images that display a moment as the camera sees it, Fine Art photographs present what the artist sees.