One of the great joys of co-hosting the PhotoActive Podcast is getting to talk to smart, interesting people related to photography. In the latest episode, we chat with retinal neuroscientist and photographer Bryan William Jones about how we see the world, and how that translates to what our cameras see. I was surprised to learn that much of what happens in computational photography is mimicking the way our eyes and brains are processing the world all the time.
Give it a listen at PhotoActive.co or in your favorite podcast player: PhotoActive 90: Bryan William Jones on How We See. And if you haven’t yet done so, please consider rating and reviewing PhotoActive in Apple Podcasts or iTunes!
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