Photographic Genius – Image capture

… or not.

Photographers have long been concerned with capturing what the eye can see.

Seeing things involves much more than just the optics of the eye, but the cognitive and motor functions of the brain. So a major limitation of photography is that the eye doesn’t see everything in the picture. The eye sees only the part of the picture (perspective) on which attention is focused and adjusts the eye dynamically to optimise the visual information. Continue reading

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