|The photo critic|
When you see a photo for the first time, your eyes are naturally drawn to the larger images in the foreground first, and then travel to the smaller subjects in the background.
At an early meeting of the Photographic Society of London, established in 1853, one of the members complained that the new technique was "too literal to compete with works of art" because it was unable to "elevate the imagination". (Guardian, 2012)
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