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Aerial Perspective Outdoors in Photography and Painting – Part I

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Image by Karezoid Michal Karcz showing aerial perspective

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Aerial perspective can be defined as the perception of depth in our atmosphere. This can also be referred to as “Screening” or “Plane Separation.” We haven’t talked much about Aerial perspective, but we all have a fascination with it. After all, it’s an illusion. It’s a dirty trick, and a rotten lie that we can portray in our art to enhance the third dimension.

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Aerial Perspective Indoors in Photography and Painting – Part II