AERIAL PERSPEC TIVE
THIS effect relies on the fact that objects tend to get lighter and also have less contrast the further away they are, due to water vapour and pollution in the
atmosphere. This means we assume objects that contain deep blacks are closer to the viewer than lower-contrast and lighter ones, which helps give the appearance of depth in your composition. Shooting from a distance and using a telephoto lens will emphasise this effect, although you still need the right atmospheric conditions. It‘s most pronounced in misty, hazy conditions, and also when you are shooting into the light. So these situations are perfect for using aerial perspective in your images. In contrast, thick fog can hide the entire background, producing a more two-dimensional effect.