You are already well aware that one of a photographer's biggest challenges is recreating three dimensions on a two-dimensional medium. In order to do this effectively, we have to take advantage of those elements in an environment that add perspective to a scene. One way to do this is to include converging sets of parallel lines, otherwise known as a vanishing point. This not only makes an image appear to have depth, it also draws the viewer's eye into the image. Need some examples? Here's a handful of outstanding images that make good use of vanishing points.
[ Top image Color Flash by Flickr user Philipp Klinger Photography]
Hidden London [EXPLORED] by Flickr user Aaron Yeoman
Breathe Me by Flickr user William Bullimore
What will there be at the end? by Flickr user manganite
twin cities cedar avenue bridge by Flickr user Dan Anderson.
Weaving into bokeh by Flickr user ... Arjun
Tulip Test Pattern by Flickr user JLMphoto
Main Mast by Flickr user Voetmann
The Connection [EXPLORED] by Flickr user Aaron Yeoman
Don't Go Alone by Flickr user Aaron Yeoman
Arch by Flickr user C.J. Newberry
Cloister St. Marien Havelberg Germany by Flickr user Habub3
Cobbled Road by Flickr user Habub3
Sunbeams by Flickr user pixelmama
Sunset Road by Flickr user Philipp Klinger Photography
Canterbury Cathedral Cloister by Flickr user 5ERG10
Under the Berkeley Pier by Flickr user PatrickSmithPhotography
Where The Soul Can Rest by Flickr user Ben Heine
Railroad_08 by Flickr user Pro-Zak
Catani tree by Flickr user J-C-M
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