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365 Project: Day 45

August 11, 2011
In: Everything Else

A little perspective: A very small part of vision actually happens in our eyes. After the light hits the receptors , the brain normalizes colors and sizes. That’s why we’re surprised by the way colors look in a picture we’ve taken in yellow light or by how small the moon looks when you take a picture of it. When we look at the moon in the sky, the mind compensates for the distance and makes it seem larger. The camera doesn’t know how to do that…

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