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an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an observer to view simultaneously the image and a drawing surface for sketching it

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(7.) Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography, trans.
Sabido es que Barthes trabaja en torno a este tema en La camara lucida y en algunos emblematicos ensayos como "El mensaje fotografico", "Retorica de la imagen" y "El tercer sentido", mientras Salvador Elizondo hara lo propio en su novela experimental Farabeuf o la cronica de un instante (1965), que trata sobre la relacion entre fotografia y escritura a partir de la metafora de la cirugia (4) y en otros proyectos como Cuaderno de escritura y Camera lucida, en los que ahondara mas teoricamente sobre la fotografia, entendiendola, tal como Barthes, como fenomeno psiquico y actividad opticoquimica:
According to Carol Mavor, Camera Lucida is a "physical embracement and a philosophical study of Barthes's cherished concept of le neuter" (Mavor 2011:219).
Drawings were made with the help of camera lucida fitted on an Olympus microscope.
This Barthes is the critic of withdrawal, emptied reserve, and affectlessness, all obliquely quickening notions that Ricco interprets throughout Barthes's writings, but especially in Camera Lucida's own mixture of sexuality and aesthetics.
In my photography class at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, my mentor, Kathe Kowalski, had us read the book Camera Lucida by Roland Barthes.
Punctum, termed in Camera Lucida by Roland Barthes, refers to a small photographic element, that is, the plethora or deficiency of meaning outside an objective sphere.
Batchen finds implicit articulations of this temporal collapse which he describes as "this dizzying temporal convolution" in the two classical accounts of photography--in Walter Benjamin's "A Little History of Photography" and Roland Barthes's Camera Lucida. Batchen points to Benjamin's "'irresistible urge'" (507) to search a picture of Karl Dauthendey and his fiancee for signs of her future suicide: this "urge" is an attempt to see the future in the photograph by actually looking back (78).
Appendages were drawn using an Olympus BH-2 microscope equipped with differential interference contrast (DIC) and which had a camera lucida. At least five replicates of each appendage were drawn in order to detect any variations (Clark & Al-Aidaroos 1996).
In these sections the outlines of the nuclei were drawn on a randomly placed graph paper with the help of a camera lucida drawing tube using a 10x objective.
Black and Blue: The Bruising Passion of Camera Lucida, La Jetee, Sans soleil, and Hiroshima mon amour
Die bundel se titel gee besondere prominensie aan die gegewe van die foto terwyl die motto wat gehaal is uit Roland Barthes se Camera Lucida die aandag vestig op die kyker se verhouding met die foto waarna gekyk word: "A sort of umbilical cord links the body of the photographed thing to my gaze: light, though impalpable, is here a carnal medium, a skin I share with anyone who has been photographed."
Drawings of spores were made by using a Camera Lucida (Ernst Leitz, Wetzlar, Germany).