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July 2, 2011
Gary Lester , The Times Observer

Perspective is what makes it look like railroad rails meet somewhere out in the distance. It's also what makes tall buildings look like they taper more than they do when you play the tourist in New York City. It's what makes a drawing, painting or photograph appear to have depth when it's actually only two-dimensional. It's tied closely to point of view, both in the literal sense and when we use perspective outside of the mechanical and artistic situations described above.



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