Difference between revisions of "Perspective"

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Revision as of 17:02, 24 January 2012

First of all,,, what is perspective? I ask the question because it is a term that is often used poorly or inaccurately. Take the image below: the trees in the distance look like they are in the distance because:

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Far tree
Near tree
Perspective?
Atmospheric distortion (more blue) No atmospheric distortion No
Is of high lightness contrast Is of low lightness contrast No
Has fuzzy edges Has sharp edges No
Is small Is large 'Yes


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