Optical illusions in travel photography
CNN's Emanuella Grinberg inhales CNN iReport producer Christina Zdanowicz in this forced perspective photo at the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.

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Optical illusions in travel photography

To keep all their travel photos from looking the same, some clever travelers turn to the art of forced perspective photography. It's a technique that uses optical illusion to make objects appear closer or farther than the really are.

 

While these photos may play tricks on the eye, they make for some hilarious mementoes of your journeys. Have you taken photos like this during your travels? What did it take to create these shots?

 

Share your optical illusion photos from your travels and tell us where in the world you snapped them. The best photos may be used in a story for CNN Travel.

 

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