I wish we can establish some guidelines with regards the tagging of articles. As I am a photographer, I obviously are more interested in the posts tagged for photography.
When I look at a post that was firstly tagged as photography, then I would like to first look at the quality of photos in the post. My psychology background makes me worried about how we currently manages these posts on Steemit.
According to me, Steemit is an excellent example of the classical psychological phenomenon pinned by B.F. Skinner as "Operant conditioning". He believed that behavior is mainly a result of causes of an action and its consequences.
The Steemit upvoting system is a way of rewarding specific behavior, and my worry is that we are busy "conditioning" people into incorrect behavior by upvoting posts of poor quality with regards the primary content of the post.
For example, when I look at a post and it is firstly tagged as "Photography", then it means I need to look at this as a photographic specific article. Thus, the person posting the article took great care in taking the photos and also in the post processing of the photos.
If the photographs in an article just plays a supportive role, then it must not be tagged as a photography article, but rather as whatever the actual reason for the article is. A secondary photography tag could still be used.