Perspective distortion


Perspective distortion

Perspective distortion may refer to:



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  • Perspective distortion (photography) — foreshortened. At very small values (not shown, as the camera would lie inside the object), light rays are nearly perpendicular, resulting in lines that normally appear perpendicular seeming to converge upon a single point.In photography and… …   Wikipedia

  • Perspective control — is a procedure for composing or editing photographs to better conform with the commonly accepted distortions in constructed perspective. The control would: * make all lines, which are vertical in reality, vertical on the image. This includes… …   Wikipedia

  • Perspective projection distortion — is the inevitable misrepresentation of three dimensional space when drawn or projected onto a two dimensional surface.It is impossible to accurately depict 3D reality on a 2D plane. However, there are several constructs available which allow for… …   Wikipedia

  • Distortion (optics) — v · d · e Optical aberration …   Wikipedia

  • Perspective (graphical) — Part of a series on …   Wikipedia

  • Perspective control lens — (a) Keeping the camera level, with an ordinary lens, captures only the bottom portion of the building. (b) Tilting the camera upwa …   Wikipedia

  • perspective center — A term used in aerial photography meaning the point of origin of bundles of perspective rays. The two such points usually associated with survey photographs are the interior perspective center and the exterior perspective center. In a perfect… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Forced perspective — is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use …   Wikipedia

  • Curvilinear perspective — Curvilinear barrel distortion Curvilinear pincushion distort …   Wikipedia

  • Cylindrical perspective — is a form of distortion caused by fisheye and panoramic lenses which reproduce straight horizontal lines above and below the lens axis level as curved while reproducing straight horizontal lines on lens axis level as straight. This is also a… …   Wikipedia


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