08 Mar Does china product photography need to consider perspective?
Does china product photography need to consider perspective?
Now, let’s leave painting and return to photography. It still starts with perspective, and only with it can there be space.
The initial introduction to any visual art, whether painting, photography, or film and television shooting, should start from perspective.
Strictly speaking, you should understand the principle of perspective before you touch the camera for the first time. In fact, as long as the scene appears in front of the eyes, all the pictures, whether taken by the camera or painted, contain perspective.
Even if you are shooting a single product in front of a white background, consider the level of perspective, hidden line of sight, or horizontal line. We know that horizon, horizontal line, vanishing point and so on are important concepts of perspective.
Perspective is the phenomenon of near big and far small, near sparse and far dense, near wide and far narrow, near high and far low, and shape change in vision.
Single-point perspective: disappears at a point on the distant horizon like a railway track or two rows of trees.
Two-point perspective: standing at the top corner of a building, you will see that both sides of the building extend into the distance in a “near big and far small” perspective until each disappears at a point on the distant horizon.
Three-point perspective or tilt perspective: when you look up, not only in the left and right directions, but also converge to the third point in the sky. Or, like Peter Pan in the cartoon standing on the roof, overlooking the opposite building, you will find that the opposite building not only has perspective on the left and right sides, but also the vertical line of the building extends a perspective below the ground.
Circular perspective: after being deformed by perspective, the circle becomes an ellipse. The closer you get to the horizon, the flatter you are. at ordinary times, the ellipse becomes a line.
A kind of perspective that is also often used in photography: air perspective / submerged perspective. This is a kind of perspective phenomenon discovered by painter Leonardo da Vinci.