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Forced Perspective

Forced perspective... so awesome!

Cool photography idea! Use mirrors to create illusions, as in this self-portrait by 18 year old photographer Laura Williams

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Photo Inspiration: 20+ of the best double exposure portraits i've ever seen

Photo Inspiration: 20+ of the best double exposure portraits i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai

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With all the cameras and smartphones out there, it's no surprise that, once in a while, someone captures a truly bizarre once-in-a-lifetime photo. Whatever you want to call them – forced perspectives, optical illusions or pictures taken at just the right angle – these pictures are brilliant and hilarious because they totally twist your perception of what is real. They've captured just the right split-second moment and from just the right angle to fool your brain.

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Reflect.

wow!

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32 Wonderful, Creative and Unique Ways To Take A Family Photos. You'Re Gonna Love This.

32 Wonderful, Creative and Unique Ways To Take A Family Photos. You’Re Gonna Love This.

Rebecca Miller photography, oh wow, this is amazing, i'd love her in a pale pink dress ;) but the red totally works best here

So creative!

So creative!
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Probably the most creative dad in the world

So creative!

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“Despite all the things we all experience, like heartbreak and pain, it takes being able to get through it to realize the beauty of life. All the negative makes you realize the things that matter. It puts the petty things in perspective.”

This is nice inspiring photography. I like the simple image of the scenery at sunset being reflected back upside down in the wine glass. Adding interest to the image.