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Perspective in the age of digital photography

When you take a photograph, you flatten the world. This remarkable process is called perspective. In a clear, non-technical way, this book provides an introduction to perspective through looking at photographs. It covers practical issues such as what happens when photographs are joined together, and why photographs still look realistic when viewed obliquely. This is a book for anyone interested in perception, photography or geometry.

Perspective in the age of digital photography
Richard Phillips
First edition published June 2012 by Badsey Publications.
210 × 148 mm portrait (A5)
64 pages with more than 60 photographs, most in full colour.
ISBN (10) 0954656261
ISBN (13) 9780954656263

Price £6 (£2.50 carriage added for any size of order)

'Perspective in the age of digital photography' front cover

Richard Phillips gave a talk based on this book at an LKL Maths-Art Seminar in London on Thursday 13 September 2012 at 6.pm.

See also Pictures within pictures.