Thursday, June 8, 2017

Forced Perspective Photography


  • To continue to develop creative problem-solving skills by creating forced perspective photographs in a unique original way;
  • To practice altering perspective and looking at subjects in a unique way;

  • To further develop your Photoshop knowledge and skills;

I think the most successful photograph is the one where I'm in the bubble. In that photograph, I was able to use different tools. All of the photographs are different but this one is very different as the person cannot be in the bubble and it is very imaginative. It is very successful because my position worked out well with the background unlike the one in the leaning tower. Also, I was able to make it look unique and original by decreasing the opacity of the subject. The brightness of the background and the subject also worked out well.

The most challenging part of this project was to come up with the ideas and make them look original. The online sources helped to come up with the ideas but then it was important to take the photographs which could be applied to the background. Often the subject brightness will not work with the background so it was hard to adjust that and make the photo look original. I tried to take the photos with the gestures on my face which were going to represent the meaning of the photograph which has helped to create meaningful forced perspective photographs. I would try to take more good photographs which can relate to the background well.

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