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iboey

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"perception does not know the concept of infinity; from the very outset it is confined within certain spatial limits imposed by our faculty of perception."

Care to share your insights and comments on the above quote ?
 

Stereobox

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the more you know, the more you know you have to know.
 

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the more u know, the more u know that u dont know
 

iboey

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Most of the time we choose to look at things we want to. DIfferent education and culture environment sculptures our mind differently to look at things :dunno:
 

Yatlapball

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Well yes. I am in agreement with the statement from a psychological point of view. But what does this got to do with photography? :dunno:
 

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Well yes. I am in agreement with the statement from a psychological point of view. But what does this got to do with photography? :dunno:
it affects how you make your photographs, and what you make of other people's photography.
 

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Ever heard the anecdote of the boy who grows up locked in a cave surrounded by complete darkness, and doesn't find it odd because he has never known anything else, or experienced a greater form of freedom? It's pretty similar to what this means. We cannot comprehend what we haven't experienced.
 

iboey

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Ever heard the anecdote of the boy who grows up locked in a cave surrounded by complete darkness, and doesn't find it odd because he has never known anything else, or experienced a greater form of freedom? It's pretty similar to what this means. We cannot comprehend what we haven't experienced.
You know where can I find the interesting read u mentioned ?
 

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I did a paper on Perception just a couple of weeks ago. Google is your friend. :) There's a treasure trove on this subject available on line.
 

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