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12th Sep '17 8:42:23 PM intastiel
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* ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'' has a living version of this: thanks to the uniquely subjective [[TheMultiverse Multiverse]] of the Perception Range, Bloodstain appears to the protagonist and the reader as a, well, bloodstain across any number of surfaces that [[http://www.bogleech.com/awfulhospital/011.html forms a humanoid outline]] from the viewer's perspective.
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11th Sep '17 5:37:28 PM eroock
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* The final scene of the so-called American version of ''Film/StrangersOnATrain'' has Barbara and Anne Morton waiting for Guy to call on the telephone. Creator/AlfredHitchcock wanted the phone in the foreground to dominate the shot, emphasizing the importance of the call, but the limited depth-of-field of contemporary motion picture lenses made it difficult to get both phone and women in focus. So Hitchcock had an oversized phone constructed and placed in the foreground. Anne reaches for the big phone, but actually answers a regular one.
24th Jul '17 5:09:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TheGrahamNortonShow'' did a hilarious opening joke with Graham showing off his ride to actor and car enthusiast Matt [=LeBlanc=] and urging him to take it for a drive. Then Matt walks up to the "car", which is a little toy strategically positioned in front of the camera.
11th May '17 5:09:56 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Twenty Million Miles to Earth'', which had effects by Creator/RayHarryhausen. To set up a confrontation between the alien Ymir and an elephant Harryhausen needed establishing shots of a real elephant with a zookeeper. A small actor in a zookeepers' uniform was used to make the live-action elephant look bigger than it really was, so that it matched the scale of the animated elephant used in the fight scene.

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* ''Twenty Million Miles In ''Film/TwentyMillionMilesToEarth'', to Earth'', which had effects by Creator/RayHarryhausen. To set up a confrontation between the alien Ymir and an elephant Harryhausen elephant, Creator/RayHarryhausen needed establishing shots of a real elephant with a zookeeper. A small actor in a zookeepers' uniform was used to make the live-action elephant look bigger than it really was, so that it matched the scale of the animated elephant used in the fight scene.
9th Apr '17 9:34:12 AM nombretomado
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* ''Star Wars: [[RogueSquadron Rogue Leader]]'' plays this when inside the Death Star's reactor. The entire room is rigged to look far, far larger than it actually is through use of high-res textures, forced perspective, and slowing you down considerably. It looks amazing at first, but if you fly down toward the floor the whole illusion [[SpecialEffectsFailure falls through]] and you can see clearly that you're just moving slowly through an average-sized area.

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* ''Star Wars: [[RogueSquadron [[VideoGame/RogueSquadron Rogue Leader]]'' plays this when inside the Death Star's reactor. The entire room is rigged to look far, far larger than it actually is through use of high-res textures, forced perspective, and slowing you down considerably. It looks amazing at first, but if you fly down toward the floor the whole illusion [[SpecialEffectsFailure falls through]] and you can see clearly that you're just moving slowly through an average-sized area.
29th Mar '17 11:26:31 PM Doug86
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* A minor example in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' usually used to make Dean, played by the relatively short JensenAckles seem taller compared to his brother.

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* A minor example in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' usually used to make Dean, played by the relatively short JensenAckles Creator/JensenAckles, seem taller compared to his brother.
18th Oct '16 12:55:16 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/{{Innerspace}}'', after Scrimshaw and Canker are shrunk 50%, there are a few scenes where they are seen with full-size actors. These shots were filmed using forced perspective. For the car scene, the rear of the car is actually twice as large as a normal car rear, and was about 20 feet away. During the scene half size hands and double-size heads were used. Using this method, the film makers didn't have to worry about compositing two separate shots in post production, so the shots could be completed quicker. Even in the final scene with the suitcase, the case was twice as large, but the hand that closes it was real, closer to the camera in sync with the closing.
18th Oct '16 12:54:05 PM eroock
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-->--''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', "And Then There Were Fewer"

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\n-->--''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', -->-- ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', "And Then There Were Fewer"
27th Sep '16 6:32:09 PM TonyG
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* A variation was used on ''Film/StandByMe'' when the boys are trying to outrun a train on a bridge. A telephoto lens was used to compress the depth of the shot and make the train seem like it was barreling in on them, when it was actually a safe distance away.
27th Sep '16 6:11:42 PM hohocrush
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** In ''Episode III'' Lucas used ''[[Incredibly Lame Pun Force]]''d Perspective to make Darth Vader seem much taller than Palpatine.

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** In ''Episode III'' Lucas used ''[[Incredibly Lame Pun ''[[IncrediblyLamePun Force]]''d Perspective to make Darth Vader seem much taller than Palpatine.
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