Vanishing point photography is everywhere.
The layman's definition of a vanishing point is 'the point to which parallel lines appear to converge' in the rendering of a single perspective. It also can be a point of disappearance or cessation. This very simple idea is a powerful tool to stimulate a three dimensional feeling in any two dimensional work of art, whether it is a painting or a photograph?
Using a vanishing point in photography is a great way to emphasize the large scale of a sweeping landscape. The converging lines act as arrows that draw the eye right towards that point on the horizon.
It also is a strong tool for architectural photographers who want the viewer to understand the scale of the place they are photographing.
This amazing selection of 1x photographs shows how to get a killer tri-dimensional perspective and effect by using a vanishing point.
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