If an analogy between eye and camera were valid, the things one looked at would have to hold still like a photographer’s model in order to be seen clearly. The opposite is true: far from obscuring the shapes and spatial relations of things, movement generally clarifies them.
Ullric Neisser, "Cognitive Psychology". New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1967./(eða) Ullric Neisser, "The Process of Vision". Scientific American, September, 1968