2016年4月6日 星期三

Studium, Punctum (Saliens), photogrammetry

Photography is akin to a haiku poem and forces one to stare directly at reality. The last conceptual couple invented by Barthes opposes studium, scientific approach, ultimately boring and missing the main point, and punctum, the point or small detail that catches the eye of the beholder (Camera 26-27); this dualism justifies an apparently subjective selection of photographs all chosen and lovingly described because of some minor but revealing element that varies from picture to picture.


I called this anomaly of a disorganic Literary Class the heart of all other anomalies, at once product and parent; some good arrangement for that would be as the punctum saliens of a new vitality and just arrangement for all. Already, in some European countries, in France, in Prussia, one traces some beginnings of an arrangement for the Literary Class; indicating the gradual possibility of such. I believe that it is possible; that it will have to be possible.

On Heroes and Hero Worship
by Thomas Carlyle

期刊撤稿觀察網站Retraction Watch前晚刊出文章,指英國《攝影測量記錄》(The Photogrammetric Record)期刊編輯,陸續收到三名讀者投訴,指控莊、趙合作一篇關於3D特徵匹配技術的論文,在未載明來源情況下,研究採用的方程式和另名台大土木系教授韓仁毓的五篇論文有部分雷同,期刊在調查後,上月決定公告撤下該篇論文。
    Photogrammetry is the science of making measurements from photographs. The output of photogrammetry is typically a map, drawing, measurement, or a 3D model of some real-world object or scene. Many of the maps we use today are created withphotogrammetry and photographs taken from aircraft.

    Photogrammetry

    www.photogrammetry.com/

Photogrammetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photogrammetry
Photogrammetry is the science of making measurements from photographs, especially for recovering the exact positions of surface points. Moreover, it may be used to recover the motion pathways of designated reference points located on any moving object, on its components and in the immediately adjacent environment.





A concept from Roland Barthes' book Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography.

1. To show interest.
2. Denoting the cultural, linguistic, and political interpretation of a photograph.
"I invest them with my studium (which is never my delight or my pain)."
Roland Barthes - Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography (page 28)

Punctum
L., a point.]
A point. ||Punctum cæcum. [L., blind point.]
(Anat.) Same as Blind spot, under Blind. -- ||
Punctum proximum
, near point. See under Point. -- ||
Punctum remotum
, far point. See under Point. -- ||
Punctum vegetationis
[L., point of vegetation]
(Bot.), the terminal cell of a stem, or of a leaf bud, from which new growth originates.

Punctum SaliensLeaping Point: Thus, the essential or most notable point.
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Studium is the element that initially gets your attention. It can be colors, a cool background, a pose, really anything. But the punctum is what Roland describes as the thing that "pricks or bruises." It's that rare detail that makes the viewer feel something and pushes the photo even further.Feb 27, 2013

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