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From Maholy Nagy Vision in Motion 1956, pp 154 – 176 Although the spectrum consists of an infinite range of wavelengths, we resolve them into six to ten primary colours, following the psychological law of the threshold of optimum discrimination.(p.159) … Continue reading
Ackroyd and Harvey, 1997. Stay-green grass [o]rganic photographs are realised through the light-sensitivity of the pigment chlorophyll and as such, light can corrupt the visible image. In a living state the grass photograph can exist in subdued light for short … Continue reading
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Living specimens of phytoplankton are drawn from life.