Images

Images may refer to:

  • Image
  • Imagery

Read more about Images:  Places, Other Arts

Other articles related to "images, image":

Images - Other Arts
... Images (ballet), by Miriam Mahdaviani (1992) Images (film) directed by Robert Altman (1972) Images (book), a 1994 book by David Lynch ...
Minority Report (film) - Themes - Political and Legal
... "yet to fully understand" their visions, but that the process by which the images are interpreted makes it so that no one individual could understand them without the use of the apparatus ... The film presents a legal system where the PreCrime office gathers the images from the minds of the precogs, then organizes them into a coherent order for display in front of a set of ... The judges appear via video feeds, analyze the images, and according to Cooper they view the images, listen to Anderton rattle off "a string of ...
BattleTech - Overview - Original Game
... were taken from Macross and other anime, including many signature images ... In later years FASA abandoned these images, and it was common speculation by fans that the decision was the result of a lawsuit brought against them by Playmates and Harmony Gold over the use of said images ... Bills explained that FASA had sued Playmates over the use of images owned by FASA, but received no compensation, even though Playmates was ordered to stop using the images in question ...
Deep Image
... Deep image is a term coined by U.S ... In general, deep image poems are resonant, stylized and heroic in tone ... tend to be catalogues of free-standing images ...
Burning Man - Criticism - On-site Photography Restrictions
... equipment (including, in practice, most digital cameras) sign over copyright in their images to Black Rock City, and forbid them from using their images for anything other ... somehow has an absolute right to take photographs, and then to do whatever they want with those images without any effective restriction or manner of enforcement ...

Famous quotes containing the word images:

    Disappointment, when it involves neither shame nor loss, is as good as success; for it supplies as many images to the mind, and as many topics to the tongue.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    The world is for thousands a freak show; the images flicker past and vanish; the impressions remain flat and unconnected in the soul. Thus they are easily led by the opinions of others, are content to let their impressions be shuffled and rearranged and evaluated differently.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    The mind loves the unknown. It loves images whose meaning is unknown, since the meaning of the mind itself is unknown.
    René Magritte (1898–1967)