Using lines to suggest moods
Learning Event 2:
CREATING THE ILLUSION OF DEPTH
Perspective. Perspective is easily achieved with a camera. Aim your
lens at anything which isn't a flat wall and you will probably get at least
some perspective effect.
It's inherent in the way a lens forms an image.
A good photographer controls the strength of the perspective effect to suit
a. Perspective is simply the illusion of depth caused by the change of
the apparent size of an object as its distance changes.
The most obvious
example of the perspective effect is the apparent convergence of railroad