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Forced Perspective - Photography Challenge

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Forced perspective is a pretty simple manipulation technique. It’s like an optical illusion. Making the objects appear larger, smaller, farther, or closer than they really are. In forced perspective photography, the camera can create interesting visual effects allowing humans to interact with objects or other subjects in otherwise impossible ways. An example of this is an individual stepping on the Eiffel Tower.

How to do forced perspective:

The closer the subject or object is to the camera, the larger it will appear, especially in relation to a subject or object further away. Similarly, when you want something to appear small, keep it far from the camera.

So, gear up and spark some interesting ideas. You just need to “tilt” your imagination. Just remember to position the camera appropriately to achieve your desired effect. All the Best!

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