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forced development

A technique which, through optical illusion, makes an object appear farther, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. With this technique, the photographer manipulates our visual perception by using scaled objects, as well as the correlation between them and the vantage point of the viewer or the camera.

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forced development

Another term for Push-processing - increasing development time of a film to force an increase in its effective speed.
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forced development

(See Push-processing)
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forced development

A technique used to create a sense of great distance or to make a space seem much bigger than it is, forced perspective is created by using objects that are vary in size, and placing them specific distances from one another, to create the effect of objects fading into the distance.
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