There are a number of photography ideas and techniques that you can use to create amazing pictures and have fun creating them. One of the simplest of creative photography techniques that anyone with any type of camera can produce is forced perspective photography.
What is forced perspective photography? Actually, forced perspective photography is so popular and simple to create that you must have seen some of them online if you like looking at photos. You may have also took a picture that have forced perspective in it because the illusion is so easy to create with any type of camera.
Explanation Of Forced Perspective Photography
Forced Prospective is creating the illusion that objects in a photo are abnormally large or small in comparison to the rest of the objects in the photograph.
When looking at things with our eyes we visually perceive the distances between objects and ourselves and we can tell when an object is actually small, large, near or far away.
By creating a distortion of the perception and using a camera to snap the scene, it can cause large objects to appear smaller if they are further away while closer smaller objects appear bigger than they are in reality.
There are many different ways, with many different objects and scenes that you can create awesome illusions with forced perspective photography techniques.
Just to name a few examples of forced perspective photography: holding a mini-sized person with your hands, squeezing a building between your fingers, playing with the clouds and holding the sun in the palm of your hands.
There are many other forced perspective photography techniques and tricks that were created by people, yet there are many more forced perspective ideas that you can come up with because this trick is very much wide open to your creativity.
Here are some more ideas of forced perspective photography for you
Start having fun with forced perspective photography today.