Forced Perspective Photography AzaLea Mapp

The word forced perspective is the use of objects or images that are larger or smaller than they should be, basically suggesting that they are nearer or further away than they really are.

5 Suggestions that could help you get the photo:

  • You could go to an open field or somewhere with a flat surface
  • Stand far away from a building or object
  • Stand in front the object a few inches
  • Keep adjusting the image to find what you need
  • Make sure the lighting is not ruining your shot
http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/force-perspective-photos/
http://fatmumslim.com.au/how-to-get-a-little-perspective-in-your-photos/
http://gatesman.com/2011/04/forced-perspective/
http://gatesman.com/2011/04/forced-perspective/
http://www.lightstalking.com/using-perspective-in-photography/

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