Two interesting questions arising from Adams’ answer are these: was he correct in saying that Steichen was not deserving of being considered a great photographer because he ‘sold out’ to commercial interests? And, if a photographer who is widely regarded as being among the most important figures in the evolution of photography as art is not considered a great one, then who is? Click hereCertainly there is no small degree of subjectivity here, too, and to confuse things further, the term ‘photographer’ is also ambiguous. A photographer can be considered to be someone who simply excels in the use of photographic equipment and processes. High Definition Feature • Access it in issue 52You can read this feature in high definition inside the magazine.