Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Keen Snappers Focus on Perspective

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Keen Snappers Focus on Perspective

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THE Warwick Camera Group March topic was perspective and the photos presented this month all had a similar take on the theme, using linear perspective to create a vanishing point towards the back of the frame.

Perspective helps to add depth to a photo, lifting the image from an ordinary two-dimensional representation of the subject.

This was done by the members using a variety of subjects, including railway lines, roads, buildings and a row of trucks.

Another type of perspective popular with landscape photographers is aerial perspective, where a mountain range, for example, recedes into the distance with each part of the range getting successively hazier as the distance from the camera increases.

The winning image for this month was taken by Steve Corbett and shows a flood-damaged section of the railway line just outside Allora on the back road to Warwick.

Second place was awarded to June Kemp, this time using a road flanked by trees, and third place went to Joan Wilson with a photo of the Fraser's trucks all lined up at Christmas. …

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