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Aerial Perspective Indoors in Photography and Painting – Part II

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Painting by Arantzazu Martinez, displaying aerial perspective in her work to create depth.

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So we’ve shown the type of aerial perspective which is found outdoors and creates atmosphere such as fog, dust, rain, sea spray…any nature born particles that can drift in the air. Aerial perspective and screening can also be incorporated on a smaller scale like a still life, or a portrait. In this case the contrast in front would be the highest, and as it recedes back, the contrast would get less and less. This trick is necessary to add depth to your 2D surface, whether it be your photo, canvas, or otherwise.

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