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April 2013 - Vanishing point perspective

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    Default April 2013 - Vanishing point perspective

    The level 2 assignment this month is Vanishing perspective.
    This usually happens when the leading lines in your compositions give the illusion that they go on forever. Here are some examples from google images

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    Huh - nobody yet eh? I'll have a go. This was shot for a totally different reason but maybe it works.
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    Yes, yes it does. Nicely done.
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    I like both takes on this mbrager.
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    Just in time for a last minute submission. My son was looking for a new facebook banner, and I needed a photo for this assignment so we decided to kill 2 birds with 1 stone. The first image best suits the assignment, and the 2nd image is the one he chose for his banner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    J... to kill 2 birds with 1 stone. The first image best suits the assignment, and the 2nd image is the one he chose for his banner...
    Very well done!
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    here's one from me:

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    RM, I really like your shots. Great choice of location, and getting low to the ground gives a great perspective. Bambi, love your shot too. Great sky and the rocks kind of mirror the sky. Very cool.
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