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Very interesting - I have honestly never given it much thought (even though I was aware that we saw things from left to right.) Seeing it with the photos flipped made it clearer to me - thanks for sharing!
Interesting video. It should be noted that the left to right thing is usually only in western culture groups. A lot of compositions in east Asian art are top to bottom or right to left. You've been subscribed to. I always look forward to seeing what you have to say.
Very interesting! Thank you for the insight...the examples are very compelling!-Joy
Great video! This will help me with both my photography and my painting. Thanks for posting it.
I saw your comment on my blog from a while back and thought I would return the favor. I enjoyed looking through your videos. I used to watercolor and I think if I still painted instead of writing as much as I do (though I occasionally charcoal) I could learn a lot more from you. Still it is great to see someone with such a passion for their art.
Some paintings or photos draw different attractions to people or they see different views that attach to them. This is interesting because a picture can be seen in many different ways from different people. Thanks for teaching! - Allie
I've always been interested in art, even from an early age. I remember as a kid looking at things upside down while swinging from a tree or hanging over the edge of my bed. You tend to notice different things from when you look at it up the right way. I also remember staring at the patterns on the wallpaper or the curtains and seeing all kind of different things. Observation and focus are a huge part of art and of finding inspiration too. I appreciate your discussion on this.
that was definately interesting. thanks for sharing