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Saturday

Out of Frame Optical Illusion

Here is an interesting photograph. This photo was not manipulated with Photoshop or any other photo manipulation software.


How is this illusory effect accomplished?

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Flickr Artist: zm







5 comments:

mig said...

oh, that's easy^^
also the lag which is out the frame is a picture. and the man just put his hand there...

Happy Steve said...

I'm guessing the frame, leg, and shadow of the leg are all painted on the wall. Basically a mural.

Anonymous said...

How the illusory effect is accomplished:

A combination of a Trompe-l'oeil painting [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trompe_l%27oeil ] and forced perspective.

The other two comments are correct. My explanation just gives a name to the style of painting, and the camera trick used.

Anonymous said...

The lack of a corresponding shadow from the man's arm connected with the shadow from the woman's leg makes it obvious that the image is merely a mural.

Optician Software UK said...

Yes, even i think it is painted on the wall (The leg and the shadow).



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