This is the second part of the topic. The scope of space sense is larger than the two senses and even contains them, it can be divided into geometric space sense and optics space sense, for the geometric space sense, it contains the perspective lines, texture, density, occlusion . for optical spatial sense, in fact, it is almost the same with the scope of air sense, but in photography, because there is variable factor of focus, if the minor changes it causes is good, it can also form good space sense.
Space sense refers to the total combination of a variety of factors that can make people produce the feeling of physical space. In practical terms, it should also include eyes and exercise trail, but generally photography usually involves monocular cues, exercise cues part can be further divided into perception differences caused by subject and object in space motion, but if the shutter speed never be slow to certain extent or the velocity be fast to certain extent, this part can also be left alone.
The air sense in photography
As can be seen from the above text, “air sense" actually means “space sense", it is to allow the screen get close to the actual screen that the human eye can see and reflects the concept of virtual-real space distance.
This photographic method originates in
Iwata Shunsuke, a photographer, he was born in August 26, 1981, he is living in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan now. The cameras he often uses are Paul Radford 6008, Pentax 67 and Contax 159mm. he has had three personal photography exhibition from 2003 to 2006.
If we can not photograph air sense really, you can also use photo editor software to do some photo retouch on the photo to increase air sense in post-processing.