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| p.7 #2 · 3D at f/1.0 for SKumar and Dan GM |
Here's a stunning example from EdwardKaraa:
That's great, and points out how our visual perception works. Naturally, our vision darts its focus from subject to subject and/or details of the subject we are seeking or find significant, simultaneously locating it in space and momentarily marginalizing the rest in our field of view.
Since the background in this image is blurred and well separated from the subject, the subject has been purposely preselected and the surroundings have been pre-marginalized by the photographer. I think you will find it difficult to hold everything in a scene in focus at once, even if the whole scene is sharply in focus, as it will be overwhelming until we start our process of selecting, locating and marginalizing.
So perhaps you could call presence and 3D in the sense of photographic images as preselecting and premarginalizing, and we are seeking a term in appraising the photographer or photograph's success at grabbing our visual perception in spacial relations to the whole image.
...hope this is sufficiently confusing. :