Sunday, March 22, 2015
The new exhibition dedicated to the earliest form of photography – salted paper prints that were taken between 1840 and 1860 — is set to open at London’s Tate Britain Museum. William Henry Fox Talbot unveiled this unique photography process in 1839. This beautiful collection of images, curated in association with the Wilson Centre for photography, charts the infancy of the art form. Join us as we look at a selection of the amazing historic images from the show.
Saturday, March 14, 2015
This is more clear when we view the long two railway lines, stretching in the same way TO THE FARTHEST END...
However perspective may be of shorter distance as well, take example of two trees distanced from one another.....other example.....THE PERSPECTIVE FROM ONE MOUNTAIN TO ANOTHER.......so it is visual and a matter of calculation in ur mind......Just try and feel the effect of eye distance from the ear....!
The picture above adds the boundary of a river bridge....feel the distance to the farthest distance and also included the vehicle for the same purpose which is at short distance, but the viewer feels the distance.