The artist has searched for many artistic sources to find inspiration for his artistic works, which made him go from space to the depths of the sea and from visual elements directly to the elements that require modern devices for microscopic vision, and from here this search starts to explore the depths of part of these worlds that lie between the field The visual of the human being, which is perceived directly by an abstract sample and between worlds that need microscopic vision and complex devices to perceive these places and shapes. In between this and that there is another world that can be perceived through digital photography with simple cameras, and by enlarging these images, we will find another world full of artistic and aesthetic elements that nourish the artist and help him satisfy his artistic vision. Research background: Digital photography: “Digital photography is the process of using electronic and computer devices to capture, create, edit and share digital images. It includes many different technologies to provide electronic or computer imaging services. It is mainly used as a medium to create, publish or use digital images on computers or the Internet."(). visual field: “The visual field is the "spatial space of the visual sense that can be observed during an introspective psychological experiment." () Or simply, the visual field can be defined as "the entire area that can be seen when the eye is stationary at a point." (). The normal visual field in a person in one eye extends between 60 degrees in the nasal side (towards the nose, inward) to 107 degrees in the temporal side (away from the nose, towards the outside) relative to the vertical line of the eye, and about 70 degrees above the meridian. Horizontal and 80 degrees below it (binocular visions: What is meant here is to see things using modern tools that allow you to see the elements and microscopic objects that do not see directly with the eye, such as a microscope. A microscope is "a tool that can be used to observe small objects, even cells. The image of the body is magnified through at least one lens in the microscope. This lens bends the light towards the eye and makes the object appear larger than it is in reality." (). Research problem: What are the possibilities for inspiring design insights through research between direct eye vision and a binocular field of vision? Research hypotheses: There are innovative design visions and formative relationships that can be monitored through research between direct eye vision and the field of vision with a microscope. research aims: The research aims to find new approaches to monitor the plastic elements and design visions in the field of design. Research Methodology: The research relies on the descriptive, analytical and quasi-experimental approach. Findings and Recommendations: From the study, the research reached the following results: 1- It is possible to take advantage of the capabilities of digital photography because of the capabilities it provides in zooming in and focusing directly on unavailable places within the visual field. 2- Expanding resources for drafting decorative and design paintings through digital photography. 3- Emphasizing the role of technology in developing and deepening the design dimension in artistic works. 4- The design source can be found through the surrounding environment and in the midst of randomness by using simple and available technology. The research recommends the following 1- Interest in studying digital photography as an adjunct to design. 2- Activating the role and potential of digital technology as one of the designer's tools in the digital age. 3- Paying attention to the media and tools that allow the study of different and even random environments that fall outside the framework of direct perception as sources of the artist's creativity.
Mohamed, Hossam El Din Jalal Ali
"Digital photography technology and its use in the field of design,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss4/11