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Human visual perception is a far more complex and selective process than that by which a film records. Nevertheless the camera len ...
The traditional novel form continues to enlarge our experience in those very areas where the wide-angle lens and the Cinerama scre ...
We have crossed the Andes, ascended Tenerife, entered Japan, "done" Niagara and the Thousand Isles, drunk delight of battle with o ...
In the motion-picture theater, the screen at rest is a neutral, shadowy blank; at rest, the fish-eye lens of the TV screen mirrors ...
I wonder if it's ethical to watch a man with binoculars and a long-focus lens? D'ya suppose it's ethical even if you prove that he ...
... if, as women, we accept a philosophy of history that asserts that women are by definition assimilated into the male universal, ...
Dear friend,
I will have to sink with hundreds of others
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Carlyle is not a seer, but a brave looker-on and reviewer; not the most free and catholic observer of men and events, for they are ...
Of course, it may be that the arts of writing and photography are antithetical. The hope and aim of a word-handler is that he may ...
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