Tip of the Week: Exaggerate Perspective

 

Perspective is exaggerated by wide focal lengths and so, long objects such as fence-lines, railway tracks, piers, sidewalks, roads or anything that stretches away into the distance can be made to seem even longer. These strong lines will lead the viewer into a three-dimensional composition. The viewer will feel that he is not just looking at the photograph, but right into it.

 

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