Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925-1972) spent three months looking through an unfocused camera in order to "learn to see No-Focus." Working roughly 30 years before Uta Barth, Meatyard, an optician who practiced photography, began the project because of his initial attraction to the out-of-focus backgrounds in some of his images.

Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925-1972) spent three months looking through an unfocused camera in order to "learn to see No-Focus." Working roughly 30 years before Uta Barth, Meatyard, an optician who practiced photography, began the project because of his initial attraction to the out-of-focus backgrounds in some of his images.

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