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Forced Perspective
Forced Perspective
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Forced Perspective

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Forced Perspective in Photography

Forced Perspective in Photography

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  • 1. Forced Perspective Tricking the eye through perspective and depthPhotographic ILLUSION generally used to make two or moreobjects seem to be a different size than their actual size.
  • 2. Forced Perspective generally falls into a few main categories.}Making a mainsubject larger}Making a mainsubject smaller}Merging subjects}Bending gravity
  • 3. DISTANCE:Making objects seem smaller
  • 4. DISTANCEUsing DISTANCE as a way of creating a different size is a simple methodof generating a forced perspective.
  • 5. ANGLE
  • 6. Merging subjects
  • 7. Humor is also an option!-Making object seem larger
  • 8. Environment
  • 9. Using Objects to create illusion
  • 10. Defying Gravity!
  • 11. Distance & Environment
  • 12. Using Lights and Surroundings
  • 13. The IDEA makes it UNIQUE
  • 14. This is practice for next week’s assignment! 1. Idea for forced perspective due on Monday, Oct. 15thALSO, Don’t forget! 2. Hockney collage due on Monday, Oct. 15th

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