So, I’m going through the perspective videos right now (I’m still on one-point). Anyway, I have a question about images that don’t have objects in them, like the truck with the planks, to help you determine where the horizon line or eye level is. In the attached photo, there’s a field and a horse so if I wanted to add a person or a building (or both) in correct perspective, how could I accurately determine where to place them? Is the horizon line just where the sky meets the land (I’ve heard that elsewhere). I thought about just eyeballing it but would like to be as accurate as possible before spending a lot of time on it.
Thanks for any suggestions!
Photo by Sander Weeteling on Unsplash (free stock images)