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WILLIAM M. IVINS
…photography, from being merely another way of procuring or making images of things already seen by our eyes, has become a means of ocular awareness of things that our eyes can never see directly… it has effected a very complete revolution in the ways we use our eyes and… in the kinds of things our minds permit our eyes to tell us. - William M. Ivins - Prints and Visual Communication, 1953, p. 134, World History of Photography by Naomi Rosenblum , ISBN: 0789209462 , Page: 244
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