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Linear Perspective
CONTEST ENDED
Category: Photography
Description
Why do telephone poles get smaller when they are farther away from you? Perspective is the answer. How does this pertain to photography? Linear perspective can also be used in art and also considered foreshortening. For the novice or the professional, linear perspective is what we use weather we rea  ...more

Requirements
Any form of art or photography that uses linear perspective. Participation is what I hope to achieve. Keep within the guidelines of this sight please. There will probably be some spirited discussion so not for the faint of heart. Oh wait a minute that could eliminate me!

Prize:
F$13.00


Winner



Entered By:

kathyalindsey

Fences

fences, stillwater, mt, range, landscape
114 votes

Description:
I find it amazing how many miles and miles of fencing landscapes the desert!

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Pier to Nowhere

pier, ocean, beach
109 votes
Description: Photo taken in Costa Maya. There was a deserted beach with this one pier but ...
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105 votes
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Comments





kathyalindsey
4/29/2012 9:26 AM Premium
Any time Janese...:)

Janese
4/28/2012 8:30 PM
Thanks, sbcaeric! Thats so kind of you to say!

Janese
4/28/2012 8:28 PM
Wow Kathy! Its a beautiful corner of the world...can I come visit? lol?






sbcaeric
4/27/2012 1:33 AM
Thanks Janese. You're always so pleasant :)

RickyBobby
4/27/2012 12:58 AM
I just HAD to stop in and see this contest. It really caught my eye. I'm almost dizzy lol. Not sure I have anything BUT...I will stay and vote. I keep thinking I have a fav and then I don't :) Good luck :)

kathyalindsey
4/26/2012 11:54 AM Premium
Thank you Janese, this is where I live now... Nevada.

Janese
4/26/2012 10:46 AM
Wow Kathy! What a great location!

Janese
4/26/2012 10:44 AM
Great angle on that "Fence", dreamcatcher!

Janese
4/26/2012 10:42 AM
Nice job, sbcaeric!

chipmonk
4/25/2012 9:13 AM
Richard, there is a free program called Irfanview that allows you to increase or decrease the size of photographs. It comes in quite handy sometimes. Be sure to download plug-in before installing. Irfanview.com