Low-Tech Adventure by Hand and Eye

Story and Photos by Les Tanner

As I focused my camera on the scene spread out before us, I said to Bill, “This is really a waste of film, you know.”

“Why do you say that?”

“It’ll just be a snapshot. My photos always turn out that way.”

“That’s because the camera doesn’t see what you see.”

“Sure it does.”

“Not so. It just sees the center of what you are looking at, but you see things all across the horizon, as well as things at the periphery of your vision, even though you may not be conscious of them.”

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