The relativity of a photograph to any given moment is suggested by the fact that when people talk about 'the camera's eye', they mean the eye as it was on the day of the photograph. It was not the eye of the person who took the photograph. It was the eye as the photographer saw it. Even for those whose photographs have been taken at a later date, the eye of the camera will always have a different look from the eye of the photographer. The eye of the camera may have been fixed on the object for a moment of time, but it is more as though the photographer has constantly shifted his gaze from one object to another. The eye of the photographer is the eye of the eye-witness, who is also the eye of the beholder. (By 'eye-witness' I do not mean that the photographer was actually present. I mean that he is there in the photograph. He is the one who is placed in the frame of the picture.)
Giotto's Madonna del Seggio at Florence's Museum of Santa Maria Novella is the perfect image of the Renaissance, and the first Renaissance painting. It is as if a stone being split has suddenly become aware of itself as a stone. The bowels of the Madonna are no longer a cave. They are a world. The Madonna is a mountain top. The Madonna is the gathering of all the mountains into one. The Madonna is the twilight. The Madonna is the sunrise. The Madonna is the last day. The Madonna is the personification of the new view of the world which is the Renaissance. The Madonna is a mountain top and the world is the valley. And within the world there are many valleys. The Madonna is the mountain top of the world and the human eye is at the bottom of one of those valleys. Now, however, the eye is not lost but has been caught and is held. It is not in the hand of the Madonna any longer.
I am running a PC with Windows 7 and Adobe Photoshop CS6. I am wondering how to end the trial period and convert to a full copy of Photoshop CS6. I tried closing down Photoshop, which produced a message telling me to return the disk. I did that, but the same message returned. How can I end this?
Hi Dave,I was able to get my English Indesign CS6 to switch to German. But there is one Problem. The moment I startet Indesign there is the error message that my trial version ends soon altough I bougt a regular Version with correct serial number by an adobe seller. Can anybody help me? 827ec27edc