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Aerial Perspective...That crazy stuff!
CONTEST ENDED
Category: Other
Description
Atmospheric conditions influence our perception of objects in the distance. As objects get further away from you, they appear lighter in tone and less detailed.
Also known as atmospheric perspective, things can become distorted in thin air, just ask that guy they found in the desert drinking sand!   ...more

Requirements
Photography, art, paintings or drawings. Bring it as long as you don't break Taltopia's laws.

Prize:
F$8.00


Winner



Entered By:

thejazzcat

top of the world

mountains, snow, top of the world, travel, amazing view
102 votes

Description:
on the top of arizona

Runner Up


Mt Huff

Mt, Huff, Plumas, County
99 votes
Description: Mount Huff, Plumas County, CA
Runner Up


On Top Of Old Smoky

smoky, mountain, scenic, landscape
88 votes
Description: View of the Smoky Mountains from Clingmans Dome


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Comments





Carpeomnious
12/22/2009 10:16 AM
oy i don't have enough fan bucks to do this.. darn :(

onekoolmom25
12/10/2009 10:27 AM
Thanks Grumsby=)

Grumsby
12/9/2009 2:53 PM
It sure does. See how the trees are darker as they get closer. And the hills in the far back are so much lighter. Fits perfectly. Good job.

onekoolmom25
12/8/2009 11:20 PM
Thanks Grumsby I wasn't sure if it fit the criteria... =)

Grumsby
12/8/2009 10:44 PM
Thanks, Where's yours. Join the fun! Very good representation onekoolmom. Preston is going to be hard to beat. His shot is awesome. Everyone is doing great.

ldermid75
12/8/2009 5:14 PM
Very good contest Gumsby.You got some very good work in this contest.This is a good way to show off good photography.

onekoolmom25
12/7/2009 9:39 PM
O.k I'm In I'm Not Sure How It Compares To Yall's There So Pretty =)

thejazzcat
12/7/2009 1:36 PM
thanks gumsby

jacqueeg
12/3/2009 1:03 AM
Thanks again Grumsby....your explination is very helpful.

Grumsby
12/2/2009 11:17 AM
And artistic artisan. great job, love the colors and the horizon is how aerial perspective is done with the artists medium. Just enough to give it depth.