I aimed my camera down this Old San Juan street to show perspective. The yellow line adds a bright color to the frame.
Notice how things get smaller as you move back into the frame. This gives depth to the frame.
The shot is sharp throughout, which means is it has a large depth-of-field.
You can also see the curvature of the lens ever so slightly by viewing the the left side of the frame. The building has a slight “falling over” look.
Many famous photographers have taken shots that show perspective. Dorothea Lange took a shot of an empty road in a desolate landscape. She had a keen eye for perspective.
The cover of my new book has a scene of Paris on the cover that shows great perspective.
You can see that here.by