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    Gilbertson, Max L.
    In the last century photography has been recognized as a media for recording visual stimuli. Photographers such as M. Brady (11), T. O'Sullivan (12), and D. Hill (17) have concentrated on taking pictures of social events or natural phenomenon. More re . . .
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    Gilbertson, Max L.
    In the last century photography has been recognized as a media for recording visual stimuli. Photographers such as M. Brady (11), T. O'Sullivan (12), and D. Hill (17) have concentrated on taking pictures of social events or natural phenomenon. More re . . .
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    Baltin, Carrie
    Photography allows me to abstract real experiences into a visual format that can be shared with others. I create an illusion of mystery with my photographs. The elements I use in creating this illusion are select subject matter, harsh lighting, dark s . . .
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    Neely, Kenneth. Hodges
    Imagine, if you will, people having the same look and personality as the next person. There would be no individual class of people, style, or look, from one person to the next, except for their facial features. The world would surely be a dull and bor . . .
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    Higgins, Gayanna
    My photographic images are staged events. They reflect an attitude that I have about different ways of seeing, of sensing a personal reality. I choose to see this reality in a series of visual images; images that evoke sensations and tactile responses . . .
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    Blochwitz, Donna Hendrix
    The purpose of this abstract is to provide an explanation of a photo-serigraphic presentation of a world of children as a perceptual reality, within the life experience. Perceptual reality, for this purpose, refers to a direct knowledge of the environ . . .