Understanding Perspective in Photography
When a three-dimension object is translated onto a flat 2D artwork, like a photograph, our eyes use little clues to help us get our bearings. Those clues make up the perspective of the image. For example, the simplest is one point perspective photography where two parallel lines disappear in the distance. Our eyes know the lines are parallel, so the only way they could meet at a vanishing point is because they are getting farther away. Little clues like this help us understand a photograph.
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Article Written By: Ankush Tripathi
Original Article Posted on: Sep 07, 2020
Link to Original Article: https://www.pixpa.com/blog/perspective-in-photography