aerial perspective


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aerial perspective

[′e·rē·əl pər′spek·tiv]
(optics)
The effect produced by diffusion of light in the atmosphere whereby more distant objects have less clarity of outline and are lighter in tone.
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Another aerial perspective is provided by a particular type of drone shot that is repeated throughout the film.
Abstract art both simplifies and synthesises modern life's many facets: but the aerial perspective alone could encompass them all.
No longer did the aerial perspective dominate thoughts about the future of the (growing) metropolitan cities; instead there were sophisticated, quasi-scientific diagrams, grids, urban tissues and networks.
Accompanied by a group of photographic tourists, Peter controlled the drone remotely giving viewers an amazing aerial perspective of the remote wilderness.
From an aerial perspective, the airport looked like a hexagon," she says.
Now, with its free Images of Change iPad app and online gallery, NASA makes the aerial perspective available to all, with results both stunning and disturbing.
Five helicopters will film the action from an aerial perspective and 15 additional cameras have been rigged on towers.
The artist has depicted the scene from an aerial perspective.
THE FUTURE: Artist's impression of the Holly Lodge Girls' College in West Derby from the front and, left, an aerial perspective PRESENT DAY: Headteacher Julia Tinsley in front of Holly Lodge Girls College, West Derby
One of Haque's paintings, Drone Shadows is perhaps the most interesting work in the show, depicting an aerial perspective of drones, combining graphic design principles and painting techniques to create a view explored from the safety of the sky and detached from ground realities.
The buildings are positioned so that from an aerial perspective they clearly resemble undulating waves.
Though the footage is an accurate representation, the horror of the environmental devastation is assuaged by the distanced aerial perspective.