How people look at pictures before, during, and after scene capture: Buswell revisited

@inproceedings{Babcock2002HowPL,
  title={How people look at pictures before, during, and after scene capture: Buswell revisited},
  author={Jason S. Babcock and Marianne A. Lipps and Jeff B. Pelz},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2002}
}
The fact that some people take better photographs than others is reason enough to study how people perform this task. Insight into the picture-taking process can be accomplished by superimposing the subject’s fixation sequences over a live record of the scene. Monitoring eye movements provides a unique perspective because people are usually unaware of exactly what they looked at during the time of capture. While eye movements do not reveal the full cognitive processes underlying perception… CONTINUE READING
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