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Sunday Morning Illusion

Forced perspective is a form of optical illusion that uses a forced vantage point to confuse the relative sizes of objects in an image. Here are a couple of fun examples.

Tons more here

Almost as much fun as creating forced perspective photos, is finding them being take.

We all know the classic leaning tower shot

Well here’s what the area looks like from a different angle.

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Ryan Consell is a skeptical artist, tap-dancing armorer, juggling scientist, rock-climbing writer, sword-fighting math teacher, uni-cycling gamer, fire-spinning academic and devout nerd. He has a Masters in Applied science, most of a bachelors in Fine Arts, and a very short attention span. He is the author of How Not to Poach a Unicorn and half of the masochistic comedy duo that is Creative Dissonance. Follow him on Twitter @StudentofWhim

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