A good photograph, like a good painting, speaks with a loud voice and demands time and attention if it is to be fully perceived. An art lover is perfectly willing to hang a painting on a wall for years on end, but ask him to study a single photograph for ten unbroken minutes and he’ll think it’s a waste of time. Staying power is difficult to build into a photograph. Mostly, it takes content. A good photograph can penetrate the subconscious – but only if it is allowed to speak for however much time it needs to get there.
I just wanted to make movies, but I never though about, "How am I being perceived because of my culture or my skin?"
I think so often, especially if the work is perceived of as being drawn from life, the woman, not her book, is reviewed.
For some people, the way that they're perceived by the outside world is not a priority.
Cara Santa Maria
Other-oriented feelings congruent with the perceived welfare of another person.
Should we say the self, once perceived, becomes the soul?