As long as there is no interruption of the process of perception, these multiplicities constitute de facto a continuum of aspects, in which one aspect flows continuously into its successor. The individual aspects are basically merely the passing phases of a process.
Roman Ingarden, Cognition of the Literary Work of Art
This research project looked to measure the potential impact that vertical convergence in perspective may or may not have in the perception of architectural photographs and drawings. The study found that while differences in viewing behavior within specific image comparisons, on the whole, there were minimal generalizable distinctions.
Contents published as "Comparing Perceptual Effects of Perspectival Convergence in Architectural Images," in Art & Perception (Brill), exp. 2023. DOI: 10.1163/22134913-bja10044
In Optics Painting & Photography (1970), Pirenne provides an early example on the perceptual effects of perspectival vantage in architectural photography. The current research looked to quantify any differences of purported effects using eye-tracking analysis.