Tag Archives: Perspective

Travel Photography: Applying Your Personal Perspective and Recipe

Why do we take photographs when we’re on holiday? Because we would like to have a record of everything we did while we were away. And travel photography should be the way in which we go about recording our travels … Continue reading

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Perspective in Your Photo Compositions

Throughout history, paintings have undergone a distinct revolution. When two-dimensional paintings were no longer popular, artists had figured out different ways to allow the third dimension to impact the painting. We call that third dimension “perspective,” and it’s just as … Continue reading

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How to Improve Your Photography by Changing Perspective

The post How to Improve Your Photography by Changing Perspective appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Simon Ringsmuth. Sometimes I find myself stuck in a bit of a photographic rut, and it seems like no matter … Continue reading

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How to Correct Perspective Distortion in Photoshop

The post How to Correct Perspective Distortion in Photoshop appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Ana Mireles. When talking about perspective, you step into a deep and somewhat complicated subject. It has to do with geometry, … Continue reading

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Perspective in Photography

Related note: only a little while left for the Rich & Vibrant Color Photo Guide at 71% Off In this article I will try to explain how perspective works in a 2D photograph with some tips, myths, and example photos. … Continue reading

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Snowflakes – Higher Perspective

This short video by Higher Perspective features my snowflake photos: ❄️❄️❄️Credit: https://goo.gl/PCXNLi Posted by Higher Perspective 27 September 2017 Here you’ll find all snowflake videos. The keys to december

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Perspective Distortion: How Does It Work?

Intentionally creating perspective distortion with a dolly zoom is a well-known technique, but understanding how it works is a whole other can of worms. In the video below, animator Jesse Agar explains in humorous detail what’s happening with your lens … Continue reading

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Tips for Using Perspective and Scale in Photography

Quick reminder: only a little while left to pre-order Luminar 2018 with Bonuses The world we live in is three dimensional. We see in three dimensions, yet when we photograph, we see only two dimensions. In order to create images … Continue reading

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Snowflakes – Higher Perspective

This short video by Higher Perspective features my snowflake photos: ❄️❄️❄️Credit: https://goo.gl/PCXNLi Posted by Higher Perspective 27 September 2017 Here you’ll find all snowflake videos. The keys to december

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Interesting Photo the Day: Amazing Perspective & Perfect Timing

Sometimes perspective can make all the difference, especially when photographing well-known structures like the Eiffel Tower, or in this case, the Arc de Triomphe. There’s no shortage of typical, straight-on shots of world landmarks, but this photo combines several elements—including a … Continue reading

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Perspective in Photography

In this article I will try to explain how perspective works in a 2D photograph with some tips, myths, and example photos. photo by Arches National Park When we see a photograph on computer screen or in print, we’re looking … Continue reading

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Tips for Using Perspective and Scale in Photography

Relevant: only a few days left for The Fundamental Photo Editing Guide The world we live in is three dimensional. We see in three dimensions, yet when we photograph, we see only two dimensions. In order to create images that … Continue reading

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