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By on January 2, 2014, with 5 Comments

This is one of those optical illusions that are just simply amazing. Basically, it’s an optical illusion that has been created by someone that is very good with a camera and working certain angles to give off a very particular effect. There are some people out there that can definitely produce some wonderful effects with nothing more than a camera and this is one of those people. Below, you will find an optical illusion that was created with a camera. Basically, it shows multiple models from multiple angles. I want you to take a look at the image and tell me how you think the cameraman pulled off such an illusion. Are you ready to give it a shot? Scroll down to check out the picture.

Picture from Multiple Angles Optical Illusion

As you can see, this is a pretty amazing picture. I mean, you have multiple models in the picture and it makes it difficult to tell at which angle the cameraman was shooting from. You have people that are sitting on the ground, people that are seemingly standing on their heads, people that are laying down etc… So, how did the cameraman accomplish a picture like this? Do you know how? If so, you should leave a comment below and let us know at which angle the cameraman shot this photograph from. Also, if you enjoyed this optical illusion, you shouldn’t hesitate to give it a positive rating.

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5 Responses
  1. Fritz G says:

    It’s fairly obvious that this image is turned 90°; the sky is at left, and the grass is at right, and one can see windows and coach lights on the house side. I imagine the small objects are glued somehow to the wall to create a false sense of up and down.

  2. Jeff says:

    Turn picture quarter turn clockwise.

    There are too many visual tips, such as the lights and he grass, which gives it away..

  3. scott says:

    rotated 90 degrees clock-wise

  4. Aeneas says:

    Okay… Just how?

  5. swaroopa rajpurohit says:

    he stuck the bottle and the matchstick box?(the only thing amiss and the only solution) and the rest was the good ol’ conventional illusion of changing the angle of capturing the image.
    sideways.jpg

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