My entry for the Compose Yourself Perspective Challenge. You can enlarge any image by clicking on it!
The Mackinac Bridge is five miles in length. The bronze sculpture memorializing the workers who built the bridge stands a little larger than life-size. I worked around a bit to get each object into this portrait-oriented image. Had I known this challenge was coming, I would have tried a landscape-oriented shot too!
Arch Rock looks down onto Lake Huron. If you look carefully, you can see a couple of people at the water’s edge. They give a true measure of the camera’s elevation above the roadway. The second capture shows Arch Rock from where those people had been!
In the last three images, we look at a long stretch of the Great Wall of China from a low , an even and a high vantage point. The high vantage point is approximately level with the highest tower across the way in that capture. I tried to encompass the length of the wall as it snakes through the mountains using these three perspectives.
See more use of perspective in composition at Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Week #13 Perspective!