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How we see is often something we take for granted.  Yet, it is a dynamic and diverse experience.

Photography is definitely hugely impacted not just by what we are looking at, but also how we see.

Watch this video:

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/beau_lotto_optical_illusions_show_...

How might better understanding your perception help you be a better photographer??

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Very interesting Fil.  Sometimes I wonder about this when I look at a picture or I see something that I want to take a picture of because it usually just "feels" like an attractive image but I never really know why.  Something about the colors and orientation of lines and shapes makes it attractive.  Or when I take several pictures of one thing there is always one I like the best but I never know why.  

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