Forced perspective is a technique often used by photographers to create optical illusions. In short, in this way large objects can be made small and vice versa, very small objects can become huge.
We bring to your attention a selection of examples of use of this technique by ordinary amateur photographers:
#1. A breath that takes everyone away.
#2. There is no size to play.
#3. This is making a castle on another level.
#4. Taking your friend everywhere has never been so easy.
#5. What is the real car?
#6. A golf ball the size of a beach ball.
#7. A puddle or a lake?
#8. A great hat.
#9. Excellent idea for a family photo.
#10. Darling, I ate the family.
#12. This is how many moms feel juggling their little ones.
#13. Getting some rest.
#14. Another great idea for the beach.
#15. A small toothpick.
#16. The ideal to avoid falling.
#17. A light trip.
#18. The phrase “those shoes are too big for you” here is more literal.
Do you have great perspective images? Leave them in the comments! Share this fun gallery with your friends to see if they can recreate a similar photo.