What is Perspective?
When it comes to 3D visualization, perspective is everything. It’s what allows us to create the illusion of depth and distance in our images, and it’s an essential tool for making our work look realistic.
In its simplest form, perspective is the way that objects appear to get smaller as they get further away from us. This is because our eyes are positioned slightly differently in relation to each other, meaning that we see things from slightly different angles.
This difference in angle means that when we look at an object that’s far away, we see less of it than we do when we look at an object that’s close by. And this is what gives the impression of depth and distance in our images.