In his book The Way of Zen, Alan Watts explains two different, mutually important, ways of using our minds and therefore our creativity, which helps to explain the potential of perception in photography:
“For we have two types of vision—central and peripheral, not unlike the spotlight and the floodlight.”
In this episode, I look at those two types of vision and see how they can be used to improve the thought process behind the photographs that we make.
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Links for this Episode:
- The Way of Zen by Alan Watts
- Camera Position 57 – About the book Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel