Photo Article 91 Size Does Matter Creating a Visual Reference

When you shoot your subject with things going from big to little, or even from little to big, it creates the illusion of depth. The deeper your image appears, the more three-dimensional it appears. The more three-dimensional you image appears the more likely your viewer is to experience at least part of what you did when you took the shot. After all, isn’t that why you take photos to begin with? I take photos not to remind me of what happened, but to share with others who were not there. Maybe I’m strange, but I believe in order for someone to get the big picture, they need to see the small details, (like having something in the picture to visually compare everything else to.)