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Essays on the science of vision and photography

I am writing a series of articles on science for the curious nature photographer that may eventually be part of a book.  The first few have to do with the operation of the eye/brain system.  In particular I am concerned with how we see the world around us.  What is real and what is illusion? The article, "What We See and How We Photograph It: There is No Reality, Get Over It," was published on www.luminous-landscape.com.   You can see the article (pdf, 653 kb) here.  An article on color management and color vision anomalies has been completed and will be published soon.


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