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perspective 1. The appearance of depth when a three-dimensional object or scene is represented in a two-dimensional image, such as a photograph.

2. A way of regarding situations or topics, etc.

Of all the visual cues we use to perceive depth, the most common is linear perspective, which is exemplified by the convergence of parallel lines in images and by the decrease in image size as the object distance increases.

DIG members' use of linear perspective to convey a perception of depth are shown below.

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Storm Brewing
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Geoff Turton
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Ian Chesterfield
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Cecilia Kramar
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Norma Holt
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Robin Ireland
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Margaret Barnett
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Walter Dearing
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Barry Porter
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Robin Dinham
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Ken McRae
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Jean McCormick
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Bernadette Abbott
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Henri Joubert
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Mary Daly
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Pam Donnet
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Marilyn Richardson