Depth Perspective

Depth perspective (or image depth, as it is often called) is the technique of creating a sense of depth within a picture. Take the analogy of the paintings inside the tombs of the Ancient Egyptians. For some reason, they had no sense of depth perspective. Their figures were always placed side by side to each other as if everything was the same distance away. They had a sense of height and width, but not of depth; their pictures were two-dimensional, not three. It can be confusing to talk about creating depth or a third dimension, because the sensor is flat. The only sense of depth that can be achieved is the perspective which is conjured up for the viewer. This can be achieved by using the foreground, middle ground and background.

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