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Depth perception is the ability to see the world in three dimensions and to perceive distance. Although this ability may seem simple, depth perception is remarkable when you consider that the images projected on each retina are two-dimensional.

“Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough”

- El poder de los sentidos.........- The power of the senses ......

"Il n'y a aucune vérité. Il n'y a qu'une perception."

Gustave Flaubert

"There is no truth. There is only perception."

 

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

  

How we see things is our own truth.

 

Mt. Shuksan

Northern Cascade mountains

Washington state

Taken from Artist's Point

A calmness arises when we are in a quiet place with a sensory subject that brings our mental focus out of hiding and into the here and now.

 

I have written a short Facebook post that uses this image and the original image as examples of my opinion on artistic photography. It will give you a peek at how much changed in the post processing.

 

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"Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world."

--George Bernard Shaw

This is my by far my favorite style of photography, long twilight exposures.

 

Im on a run of lackluster sunsets, but today i was determined to go home with a shot. After seeing the result I need to get out more when its rubbish.

 

wind was blowing a gale, I could literally see the camera wobbling.

Somehow managed a sharp image. to do with the law of averages I assume.

 

just switched to lightroom 4 and cant find where they hide the photo info menu, anyway.

 

approx 8 min, lights turned on for last 3min (lucky touch)

 

3 stop hard Hitech

lee bigstopper

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iso 100

 

minimal PP

- couple of different contrast masks

  

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Light allows us to interpret color. But how much of that interpretation is up to us? In the case of a wheel it is pretty cut and dry, but in life, is it really? People perceive what they want based on their beliefs and values. But is your reality, reality? It isn't. It is just your own interpretation of your own surroundings.

 

It was another day with spurts of great sun today in Vancouver. Great time to roam around outside and I am glad that I did! Went out to have some Japanese Izukaya at Hapa today. And watched Hot Tub Time Machine lol. Hilarious but stupid movie. Good way to spend a Saturday. Hope you all had a great one too! One more day in the weekend!

 

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“In every true searcher of Nature there is a kind of religious reverence, for he finds it impossible to imagine that he is the first to have thought out the exceedingly delicate threads that connect his perceptions”

Albert Einstein

"You never know how you look through other people's eyes."

 

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What do you see? The end of days or just the beginning? Fear or enlightenment?

 

2012 has just begun. Who knows what this year will bring? Hopefully the good will outweigh the bad in the coming year, but even if it doesn't, those bad experiences are the ones that build our strength, make us value what we have, and provide us with creative fodder.

 

Maybe I'm getting older and wiser because I'm starting to think that there are no bad experiences; they are just a matter of perception...and action.

 

(Shot on an iPhone 3GS with the Hipstamatic app: Salvador 84, Ina's 1935)

digital art 2008

playing with different tools in PS

stock photo(came with program )

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“When we are unhurried and wise, we perceive that only great and worthy things have any permanent and absolute existence, that petty fears and petty pleasures are but the shadow of the reality”

Henry David Thoreau quotes (American Essayist, Poet and Philosopher, 1817-1862)

  

What is your perception? Is it going up or going down?

Many flowers give the magical illusion that they are truly one color. For fun, it's great to have a perspective on exactly what you may imagine a flower to be. Though this flower truly was pink, my perception also saw white and pink.

 

skin by ugly duck

hair by lamb

pose by del may

"Perception is created and twisted so quickly."-- Louis C. K.

If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is: Infinite. --William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

 

Zoom blur done in camera - no photoshop, apart from contrast and saturation adjustment.

(SIgma XQ 28mm f/2.8)

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Frank Stella

Lettre sur les Aveugles ll, 1974

 

About the title of this painting:

"Diderot's celebrated Lettre sur les aveugles à l'usage de ceux qui voient ("Letter on the Blind") (1749), introduced him to the world as a daringly original thinker. The subject is a discussion of the interrelation between man's reason and the knowledge acquired through perception (the five senses)." Wikipedia

   

"The essence of sculpture is for me the perception of space, the continuum of our existence." IsamuNoguchi

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