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This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of Objects | DeMilked

via This Brilliant Optical Illusion Makes You See A Portrait In A Pile Of Objects | DeMilked.

Jul 8, 2014

French painter, photographer and sculptor Bernard Pras recreated a portrait of French postman Ferdinand Cheval from a pile of furniture and other household objects using a brilliant forced perspective technique.

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Tiny Kingdoms

When Walt built Disneyland, his imagineers used an optical illusion called “forced perspective” in order to make Sleeping Beauty’s castle appear much larger than it actually is. 630 more words

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Distortion - 52 Week Photographers Challenge

I was taking pictures for a Kitchen and Bath shop this week and loved these two characters who were hanging on the side of a cabinet. 49 more words

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Forced Perspective - Theory and practice

by Davide Mantovani, Marco Porcaro, Simone Villa

The Forced Perspective is a technique that uses optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is in reality: human perception is manipulated and deceived by the use of distances and scale ratios. 819 more words

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Forced Perspective Demo - Giant Walk

How to make a men taller? Forced perspective is the answer. Learn how to make a Super-Uber Giant!

(with english subtitles)

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Forced Perspective Demo "The Lord of The Rings" inspired - the making of

We recreated the forced perspective effect seen in The Lord of The Rings. The character on the right had to be 1/4 smaller than the one on the left. 20 more words

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Forced Perspective Demo - "The Lord of The Rings" inspired

We recreated the forced perspective effect seen in The Lord of The Rings. The character on the right had to be 1/4 smaller than the one on the left. 22 more words

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