Time for action—understanding perspective and orthographic cameras
You have to work with a camera that shows the objects with a perspective view, as happens when watching a scene using an ordinary camera lens. This means that the objects that get further away from the camera should appear smaller.
Now, we are going to see the difference between a perspective and an orthographic camera:
- Stay in the
- Go to the perspective camera's properties. Rotate and translate the camera using the camera's orbit function, as previously explained. The camera should show a rendered scene, like the one shown in the following screenshot, with the three spheres and the spaceship being visible. The spaceship appears smaller because it is further ...