40 Examples of Forced Perspective Photography
In this round up, we have compiled a collection of some wonderful forced perspective photographs that you will definitely love to browse. Forced perspective photography basically is a special technique in which human perception is manipulated with the help of optical illusion. You can make things appear smaller or larger than they actually are.
Here we have showcased some really incredible examples of forced perspective photography. All the photographs in this compilation are hand-picked for your inspiration. These photographs demonstrate how you can create a visual interest that grasps the attention of the viewers.
Forced Perspective Photography
David und Goliat
Kiss On The Forehead
Perspective gourmande ~ Greedy Perspective
Suzi holding the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy ’08
Nooooooo, por favoooooooooor!!
Touch my sun
Hey, Let go….
Blowing in the Wind
Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni-74
Are You A Little Woodland Pixie?
Clearing the Waters
I need TIME
Tim tastes the rainbow
Jirrupin eats the moon
Pisa, I love you!
I Guess I Overpacked
Must have stepped in some manure
Brincando com a perpectiva
Roadtrip North of Salta: kaartje voor mn neefje
Please don’t fall, cloud
Fixing the WA Monument
Scara perfecta (a perfect stairway)
Flying on the Rooftops
The Kafkaesque Metamorphosis of my Wife
The orange balloon
The Balcony (Tribute to P. Ramette)
In this round up, you have seen some of the best and truly unbelievable examples of forced perspective photography. Feel free to share your opinion with us via the comments section below.
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