#figurephotochallenge - Request: Forced Perspective

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For this week, the topic is Request: Forced Perspective.

The top of the month challenge is a request challenge, and I've been a bit lax about asking the previous month's favorite in time for a suggestion, so I'm just going to reach into the archive of requests I've collected.

So this week's Request challenge is Forced Perspective as requested by +Jakub Turski : https://goo.gl/wWmQsl

From Jakub: "I don't have a hot photo waiting for this category, I just looked at some examples flying around and realised how interesting the results can be, with just a minimal effort"

As an example, he provided a photo by +平幸: https://goo.gl/RKiZnK

I'm sure there's a lot that can be done with forced perspective to make something small feel intimidatingly big, or maybe the other way around? I guess it depends on your... perspective.

When submitting your challenge, be sure to include a topic so that we can use it for next month's "Request Challenge"!

As always, get creative, have fun, and tag it with #figurephotochallenge!

Deadline: Sunday 11:59pm NUT

Last week's favorite: Miku
Photo Credit: Attack shot by +平幸.
Photo Note: Like a Kaiju film :) Except maybe the monster looks a little sleepy.
Poll: https://goo.gl/m3TlOa

Remember that the #figurephotochallenge interpretation is all up to you. Figure out how you can match the topic and show us your photos! :)

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anime, manga and figures, though not necessarily in that order. I'm mainly on Google+: http://goo.gl/G1Yce
United States · zashiki warashi · http://goo.gl/G1Yce