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Jason Wang  Jason Seminar paper #6 ENG101 / 11am 05/26/10 Challenges of Arts In this essay, John Berger explains how the feeling of  public has changed toward those many great paintings since  the camera was invented. According to John Berger, after  the camera was invented, the authority of great paintings  has changed as well. The spiritual and religious value of  paintings became less important, while the price of the  painting decides its value and everthing; once a painting  worth more and more bucks, it becomes more and more  popular, and more and more imitations appear as well.  After the camera was invented, people learnt themselves  no longer the center of the world, instead, since cameras  created different perspectives of seeing thing, the unique  characteristics of visual sense were no longer unique but  became reproducible. Also, after the camera was invented, 
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