Plan Each Shot Before the Shoot
Every visual element in your frame has to work together to make your forced perspective photo convincing.
So before you go out and take pictures, figure out how to execute every single shot you want to create.
Look at some of your reference photos and scout for the best places to do them. If one of your forced perspective ideas involves a bench, choose a location with plenty of them.
You should also list down the necessary props you need for your project.
If you can’t find the right area or accessories, consider tweaking your forced perspective concept.
And you need to think of how to set up your photos. You’ll need to know where to place your camera, and where to position your subjects.
Before doing the real shoot, take some test shots at home to help you visualise your idea better.