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Forced Perspectives, a gallery on Flickr.
Forced perspective is a popular technique that manipulates our visual perception through the use of scaled objects shot from creative vantage points. It creates an optical illusion that makes people or objects appear larger, smaller, closer, or farther away.  Here we have gathered a collection of unique and, at times, comical renditions of forced perspective photography. Have you ever used this technique in your own photography? Please share them as comments in the gallery.
Photos by Waleed Almotar, TrevorLarson17, and lauralani.

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Forced Perspectives, a gallery on Flickr.

Forced perspective is a popular technique that manipulates our visual perception through the use of scaled objects shot from creative vantage points. It creates an optical illusion that makes people or objects appear larger, smaller, closer, or farther away.

Here we have gathered a collection of unique and, at times, comical renditions of forced perspective photography. Have you ever used this technique in your own photography? Please share them as comments in the gallery.

Photos by Waleed AlmotarTrevorLarson17, and lauralani.

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