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In Photography Photo I&amp;II 2012. Perspective. Perspective . Relationship of objects to each other in a photograph Use the illusion of perspective to create a photograph with quality composition

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Perspective
• Relationship of objects to each other in a photograph
• Use the illusion of perspective to create a photograph with quality composition
• It can give the sensation of volume, depth, space and distance, and provide a sense of scale in the picture.
Types of perspective
• Linear perspective
• Vanishing point perspective
• Height perspective
• Overlap perspective
• Dwindling size perspective
• Volume perspective
• Atmospheric perspective
Assignment
• Define/explain each type of perspective on handout
• Take pictures of 1 or more examples of each type of perspective and upload to your wiki on a new page titled “5 Perspective” with a title by each one (i.e. 1.Linear perspective, 2. Vanishing point perspective etc.)
• Learning target: student will correctly identify each type of perspective in written and photographic form
There is no clear distinction how far the is from the ground is from the point of view: Height perspective

There is no clear definition of the definite volume of the shapes, the way the light hits the objects helps you see the three dimensional form: Volume perspective