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Forced Perspective Photography

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Melanie Rapp

on 13 October 2016

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Transcript of Forced Perspective Photography

An image that deceives the eye by appearing to be something different than reality.
Optical illusion
This technique uses optical illusion(s) to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller, than it actually is
Forced perspective
Forced Perspective Photography
Requirements
This is a partial project. Which means you must complete one more partial project this week.

Plan for your photographs. What is your idea?
What supplies will you need? Where will you need to go?

Turn in at least three photos of at least three different forced perspective scenarios.

Be creative and have fun!
Basic Photo-Editing Terms
Crop:
To remove part of the image.

Contrast:
The difference between the lightest and darkest tones.

Exposure:
The amount of light needed to create a photograph. Under = too dark. Over = too bright.
You want a balanced exposure.

Saturation:
The vividness/richness of color

Printing Dimensions:
the size of the photograph that you print, ex. 5x7, 8x10, 4x6
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