Forced Perspective Photography By: Emma dominger

Forced perspective photography is used to give a different perspective by changing the way objects look in size
By changing the position and location of objects in the photograph, they can appear bigger or smaller, and create an illusion
Being creative with everyday objects, give different perspective for the viewers of the photograph

Along with perspective, depth and vantage point is also a key point in shooting a great forced perspective photograph
Forced perspective also requires a different use of angles than other forms of photography.

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