In the period of filters and Photoshop, there are just a few original pictures that manage to charm us. ‘Original’ is the keyword here.
A technique called forced perspective manipulates human perception visually to make the subject of the picture larger, smaller, closer or farther away than it actually is. A good example of this technique can be a clichéd picture of a person holding the top of the Taj Mahal or pushing the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
This post is a collection of such pictures taken from a very clever angle using depth and rotation to create optical illusions that will make your jaw drop. Mind you, they are in no way edited or photoshopped. Without further ado, scroll!
Dancers dancing on the water
A hand that can hold an entire hot air balloon
A fountain from the colorful lady’s mouth
The heaviest bottle in the world!
Because playing with a football is too mainstream
A lopsided Great Wall Of China
Air and speed, what is that?
Hanging by a rope to reach his lady love