Perspective

Perspective,

Definition of Perspective:

  1. An apparent spatial distribution in perceived sound.

  2. A particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view.

  3. The art of drawing solid objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other when viewed from a particular point.

  4. Illusion that as parallel lines project toward the horizon they move closer and converge at the far point, and objects become progressively smaller and disappear altogether at the horizon line..

Synonyms of Perspective

Aesthetic distance, Airscape, Angle, Approach, Arrangement, Atmosphere, Attitude, Balance, Base, Brushwork, Cityscape, Clearance, Cloudscape, Color, Command, Compass, Composition, Deep space, Depths of space, Design, Distance, Divergence, Domination, Draftsmanship, Extent, Eyereach, Eyeshot, Eyesight, Farness, Field of view, Field of vision, Footing, Ground, Grouping, Horizon, Infinity, Ken, Landscape, Leeway, Length, Light-years, Limit of vision, Line, Line of sight, Lookout, Margin, Mileage, Naked eye, Outlook, Outlook over, Painterliness, Panorama, Parsecs, Piece, Point of view, Position, Post, Prospect, Range, Reach, Remoteness, Riverscape, Scan, Scape, Scene, Scenery, Scenic view, Scope, Scope of vision, Seascape, Seat, Sentiment, Separation, Shading, Shadow, Sight, Sightliness, Skyscape, Space, Span, Stand, Standing, Standpoint, Station, Status, Stretch, Stride, Survey, Sweep, Technique, Tone, Townscape, Treatment, Values, Vantage point, Venue, View, Viewpoint, Vista, Waterscape, Way, Ways, Outlook, View, Viewpoint, Point of view, Standpoint, Position, Stand, Stance, Angle, Slant, Attitude, Frame of mind, Frame of reference, Approach, Way of looking, Way of thinking, Vantage point, Interpretation

How to use Perspective in a sentence?

  1. From her perspective , the sun was setting, but from the perspective of someone on the other side of the world, the sun was rising.
  2. The surrealist painter liked to play with perspective , using visual tricks to make near objects appear distant, and distant objects seem close at hand.
  3. Most guidebook history is written from the editors perspective.
  4. A perspective drawing.
  5. One of the skills that painters must master is perspective , or else their paintings will look strange to the human eye, with, for example, individuals who are in the distance appearing to be much larger than they should.

Meaning of Perspective & Perspective Definition