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Photography 101: All you need to know about Optical Illusion Photography!

Published by WPC Official Account on Sep'15,2021

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Photography 101: All you need to know about Optical Illusion Photography!

WPC Official Account
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Click to impress, but also express.

Optical illusion photography is a photography genre that involves the presence of an invisible phenomenon. In the newer times, illusion photography is used to attain the attention of the audience for a longer duration.

Optical illusion photography helps in strengthening the volume and expression of the image. In a nutshell, it means creating a depth of space that moves onto distance. Confusing much?

Don't worry, because we have brought you some examples and tips on how to discover optical illusion photography like a pro!

Optical illusion photography:

Hermann Grid Illusion:

 

 

Optical illusion photography means creating scenes that do not exist, Hermann Grid's illusion will make you see the shifting white and gray dots in the center of each intersection. 

The prism art:

 

 

 

Using a prism in front of your camera will help you create extraordinary reflections or distortions. This creates abstract shapes helping you to reduce the efforts put in for post processing stages. 

Ames Room Illusion:

 

 

Try creating this optical illusion photography that includes two same sized people appearing in different sizes! For all the Lord of the Rings fanatics, this is your chance to create some!

Moon Illusion:

 

 

Everybody likes a beautiful sky and a shining moon. However, what about the images where the moon looks like a big ball of cheese? It follows a simple distance theory. Viewing the moon further from the set horizon makes the depth disappear.

The bokeh in the air:

 

 

 

This illusion can be used to focus on one particular area. Narrow depth should be considered so the area of focus shrinks. The bokeh appears when the lens tries to capture points that are out of focus. 

Stitch the vintage:

 

 

 

You can use bright embroidery on your images to create a 3D veil to form extensive drama. Moreover, you can attach various unrelated images to make a cob-web to create an illusion of its own. 

 


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Click to impress, but also express.

Optical illusion photography is a photography genre that involves the presence of an invisible phenomenon. In the newer times, illusion photography is used to attain the attention of the audience for a longer duration.

Optical illusion photography helps in strengthening the volume and expression of the image. In a nutshell, it means creating a depth of space that moves onto distance. Confusing much?

Don't worry, because we have brought you some examples and tips on how to discover optical illusion photography like a pro!

Optical illusion photography:

Hermann Grid Illusion:

 

 

Optical illusion photography means creating scenes that do not exist, Hermann Grid's illusion will make you see the shifting white and gray dots in the center of each intersection. 

The prism art:

 

 

 

Using a prism in front of your camera will help you create extraordinary reflections or distortions. This creates abstract shapes helping you to reduce the efforts put in for post processing stages. 

Ames Room Illusion:

 

 

Try creating this optical illusion photography that includes two same sized people appearing in different sizes! For all the Lord of the Rings fanatics, this is your chance to create some!

Moon Illusion:

 

 

Everybody likes a beautiful sky and a shining moon. However, what about the images where the moon looks like a big ball of cheese? It follows a simple distance theory. Viewing the moon further from the set horizon makes the depth disappear.

The bokeh in the air:

 

 

 

This illusion can be used to focus on one particular area. Narrow depth should be considered so the area of focus shrinks. The bokeh appears when the lens tries to capture points that are out of focus. 

Stitch the vintage:

 

 

 

You can use bright embroidery on your images to create a 3D veil to form extensive drama. Moreover, you can attach various unrelated images to make a cob-web to create an illusion of its own.