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Seeing the world through an artist's mint-colored glasses

Photography, from the start, has been a key tool for extending human vision. With the help of a camera - a "supereye," as William J. Mitchell called it - we can see closer and farther than our unaided eyes allow. Inquiring minds have also long enlisted the camera to access other aspects of the...
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