Creative Forced Perspective Photography
Remember those old monster movies, the kind with giant creatures chasing
after people, destroying objects wherever they go? Some of them can fit in the
palm of your hand with ease. Forced perspective photography is used make us, the
viewers believe that certain objects are smaller or larger than they really are.
It's the manipulation of the human visual perception; some call it optical
Taking a forced perspective photo is not difficult and doesn't require any
special skills. All you need to have is creativity, a camera, a willing
accomplice, the perfect setting and timing, the patience to choreograph your
trick and mostly, imagination. As you can see in the following examples, you can
try forced-perspective photography while travelling, at your backyard or at
home. In some cases, it's just being in the right place in the right time.
A Side Of Bokeh. Chowing down on a nice big bowl of lights. Yum yum yum. By the
way, you can get these lights with help from a Bokeh Kit.
Balanced. The second illusion you see here is that the girl is ever so slightly
heavier than the guy.