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Photography Glossary

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Perspective in photography refers to the way that objects and scenes are represented in an image. It is the relationship between the subject and the viewer, and how the viewer perceives the image. Perspective can be altered through the use of different lenses, angles, and other techniques, and can have a significant impact on the overall look and feel of an image. For example, a wide-angle lens can create a sense of depth and space, while a telephoto lens can compress the scene and make objects appear closer together. By understanding and manipulating perspective, photographers can create images that are both visually interesting and meaningful.

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