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ThesisGilbertson, 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 . . .
ThesisWood, David LaurenceInvolvement in art eventually encounters the question of: why create; what is the purpose of art? Perhaps the solution is brought to light while focusing on the phenomenon of change and constancy. It is strange how every physical thing is in a state o . . .
ThesisArthur, Michael DouglasThe camera is one of the most precise instruments available to the artist for visual expression. Together with the artist's good sense for composition, the camera lens format helps in the elimination of distracting elements in the environment. By its . . .
ThesisBlochwitz, Donna HendrixThe 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 . . .