Title: On the Move.
As a photographer… one thing you need to master early on is how perspective affects your photos.
So what is perspective? In geek terms it is the dimension of objections and their relationship to the space between them, or in easy terms it’s the way your eyes relate to the objects in an image. Example: The farther the object, the smaller it becomes.
Another interesting thing that happens with perspective is how it plays with lines in your composition. Lines will look as if they are coming closer and closer together the farther away from your eyes and near vanish as they approach the horizon in the distance. Buildings tend to reach out, bend and distort as they jump towards the skyline.
Because of everything mentioned above… perspective is one of the most important elements in photography and it is the secret key to any composition. As a photographer your relation perspective determines how a viewer is intended to see your photograph - it moves their eyes and helps instruct them what you want them not only to see, but feel in your photo.