I know this is an old chestnut, but ... ...is photography an art form, or a science? Designers from various scientific disciplines seem to produce increasingly sophisticated cameras and lenses. Film manufacturers constantly strive to push out the boundaries. Digital camera technology is continually challenging traditional methods. Photographers use cameras for a variety of purposes, some of them technical or scientific and others more artistic. Do you think modern cameras help, or hinder, the artistic efforts of the photographers who use them? Is photography a science, or an art form, or both? Do new technological developments increase the number of opportunities for artistic expression? What do you think?