Forced Perspective Photography

Hi guys! In today’s post we are going to share amazing examples of forced perspective photography using a really creative photography technique that is going to bring good results. If you want to try your hand at doing something new and creative with your photos then try the forced perspective techniques; they are fairly simple to do and you will have loads of fun!

In forced perspective photography, as you’ll see from the examples below in our showcase, a perspective is heightened by using really small subjects, often artificial, such as dolls, clay or plastic figures, and other small objects in front of a background that has a considerable amount of depth. As these miniature figures are juxtaposed in front of large landscapes, the effect they create is quite enchanting, and it feels as if we are the giants living in a world of small people. So explore this creative side of photography the next time you want to try something new and experiment with something fun and exciting.

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

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Forced Perspective Photos

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Forced Perspective Pictures

Forced Perspective Pictures

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Forced Perspective Pics

Forced Perspective Pics

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Forced Perspective Photo Techniques

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Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Photography

Forced Perspective Images

Forced Perspective Images

Forced Perspective Images

Conclusion:

Photography can be a lot of fun when you set out to make new rules, so remember to try new places, new styles and add props if they help to bring the desired effect.

Credits: Un Petit Monde (A Small World)