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            There is a distinct meaning before expressions because it builds people’s perception of their surroundings. Although, man uses these expressions to describe the planet, it’s impossible to trade the planet by these words. There is a sense of seeing that precedes words: The kind of seeing that establishes people’s place in the surrounding. Though man uses words to explain the world, the world can never be replaced by those words. In this way, there is little correlation between what one knows from what he/she sees. Authors perceive that man’s observation of things is affected his/her knowledge over the subject. For instance when man sees, a nonobligatory object, the item viewed is carried within the individual's compass, not with his/her arms: whereby touching holding and focusing on something particular. 

            Images were at first formed to manifest the appearance of something, which was lacking. Relentlessly, it conspicuously showed that an object could outlast its representation.  The objective becomes obvious vision even after its removal. Words cannot give a clear picture of how the object appears as compared to the image. Thus, pictures give a better testimony of an item as compared to writing on the same object. Upon introducing the object to people, it will only make sense depending on the knowledge they have learnt about it. Consequently, any work of art representing nothing is likely to pull less heed.

            When an artist is getting his presentations ready, he/she introduces them based on own recognitions. The artist’s personal slant on the object paints a perfectly clear picture. A better look at the photograph helps confirm the artist’s visualization of the image being referred. A person looking at the same picture will either consent or reject the visualization depending on the knowledge they have concerning the object. If the object, corresponds to the person’s visualization, he consents with the picture.

            Confusion of existing information from the past can hinder the reality of what actually existed. Whenever scholars use expositive expressions that mystify history, people’s knowledge of whatever existed is adjusted. It is possible to avoid confusion by preserving the world with a clear vision. Art’s displayed vision of the past is off beat from the way others perceive it. A persons single's point of view modifies the actual reality.  Each individual has an extraordinary viewpoint for an item fixated on his or her eyes. The viewpoint contradicts visual correspondence. Innate disagreement of views resulted in structuring each pictures reality by addressing a particular viewer who could only be present in one place around then, unlike God. As a result, zoom lens was invented making the inconsistencies obvious. 

            Camera inventors have recognized that the camera disconnected transitory manifestations, subsequently blurring the timelessness of pictures. This implies that one’s vision is subject to the location and time of vision. Hence, it ruled out visualization of all things as uniting on human eyes as upon the disappearing infinity point. View therefore arranged all screen fields as though perfect and cleared the belief of core visualization. Besides, the camera invention changed man’s recognition of images done earlier.  Use of camera also changed man’s discernment of painted creations done before camera invention. Artwork was unique and interesting as they reflected the presence of locations and although transportable not visible in several spots at the same time. The camera modified the perception of uniqueness by generating several accurate duplicates of an object. Camera has empowered artwork to travel to observers via various media as opposed to universally where observers had to visit painted creations.

            Pictures, formerly quite popular explain the reason as to why they was a need to invent the camera.  Camera empowered the duplication of images, making it more accessible to individuals, hence resulting in loss of interest in the initial image. The first images became more marketable, in this way pulling individuals not for its representation but for its value. Duplicate creations could be utilized in various ways thus increasing its importance to picture producers. The filmmakers summation is what is conveyed not the first implication instead of the original image, which retains its initial message. Written works attributed to a painted creation undoubtedly modifies the meaning. Art has lost its power, leaving paintings at the emancipation of users.

Conclusion

            Undoubtedly, I agree with the creators that perception is dependent on informative data over the subject being referred to. For instance, people assume that a dog is an amicable creature and a cheetah is not depending on the knowledge they have about the two creatures. Although I concur that our eyes are designed to see, I do not agree that eyes pick what to see. The mind educates the eyes on what to see. In fact, eyes give a clearer picture on real images than statements do, though some statements communicate the reality better.

            The artists right to say that paintings or pictures can outlast their representation, with confirmation of dinosaurs that existed numerous years in the past, but pictures today encourages us to imagine how they looked love. Although I would certainly want to concur with artists that art has lost its original passion, a significant amount of original meaning still exists. Some have attempted to retain the initial meaning or artistic creations.