How is photography related to physics?
Through the lenses of the camera.
Cameras, of course, are used as tools in virtually all branches of science, and their development would pull information from many different fields. In many senses, photography would be a field of its own. Physics deals with light and optics. Chemistry deals with photographic development and chemicals. Computer Science would be related to digital photography (although the hardware is still built on basic chemistry and physics principles).
In Photography, refraction has the same rules as in physics. Well, photography is all about engineering and physics. Refraction encompasses the situation where light goes through a semi transparent object and the photons are slightly drifted from its normal course because the surface they hit separates them. You can see this effect inside a pool or when you look at your own reflection at a cracked mirror.
The flute is related to the physics of a vibrating column of air. The violin is related to the physics of a vibrating length of string, and the resonance of a sound box. In a drum the membrane vibrates which in turn produces sound. If I walked through an orchestra pit I'm sure I could find other instruments related to physics.