Eye Catching Examples of Forced Perspective Photography

Forced perspective photography is a simple and effective way to mess with viewers’ eyes and brains by playing on perceived visual perception. Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It manipulates human visual perception by scaling an object a size where it harmonizes with other elements.

Here in this showcase, I presenting a cool collection of forced perspective photography and pictures taken by various artists in which all pictures are linked to the author’s pages. You don’t need any special skills for taking such shots. It all depends on the environment and perfect timing. I can promise you that when you start browsing them farther in details it will surely refresh your memory.

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1. Fixing the Washington Monument

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2. Blowing off Steam – Old Faithful

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3. Suzi Holding the Leaning Tower of Pisa

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4. Tim Tastes the Rainbow

Tim Tastes the Rainbow

5. Seeing Further

Seeing Further

6. Holding All

Holding All

7. Cool Forced Perspective Photography

Cool Forced Perspective Photography

8. At the Lake Catching Some Rays

At the Lake Catching Some Rays

9. God’s Canvas

God's Canvas

10. Not Amused – Peggy’s Cove

Not Amused - Peggy's Cove

11. Go and Bokeh Yourself

Go and Bokeh Yourself

12. Candy Clouds

Candy Clouds

13. Johan is Incredibly Tall

Johan is Incredibly Tall

14. Amazing Forced Perspective Photo

Amazing Forced Perspective Photo

15. Perspective Gourmande – Greedy Perspective

Perspective Gourmande - Greedy Perspective

16. Blowing in the Wind

Blowing in the Wind

17. Coffee Break

Coffee Break

18. I Guess I Overpacked

I Guess I Overpacked

19. Brincando Com a Perpectiva

Brincando Com a Perpectiva

20. A Perfect Stairway

A Perfect Stairway

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