Point of View

Human POV, Insect POV, & Bird's Eye or Aerial POV

Human's Point of View

Provides the advantage of "seeing" or viewing an image as it appears through the eyes of a person. The field of view of a human is up to 180 degrees of viewing. This provides a greater panoramic view of images.

Insect's Point of View

Images or objects as seen from a ground perspective. The field of range is limited due to an insects proximity to the ground and small size. Or the artist desire to "zoom in" to a specific element of a larger image.

Aerial Point of View

A bird's eye view is an elevated view of an object from above, with a perspective as thought the observer were a bird, often used in the making of blueprints and maps. It can be an aerial photo, but also a drawing.
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