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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 13 - 2016

Flower Forced Perspective Photography

Flower Forced Perspective Photography



We of course choose a hobby based on interest. Otherwise, what’s the point? Work should also be based on interest for us to enjoy it. There are many different ways to enjoy photography as a hobby. One way by trying to achieve forced perspective photographs. As the name suggests, this photography technique plays around with perspectives. We manipulate people’s perception towards the object by view of forced perspective. With this, we can manipulate big objects to look tiny and viceversa without the use of Photoshop. Read the rest of this entry »

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