Don’t panic! Giant pups are not invading the earth. These are pictures—accidental or intentional—that use mixed distances without clear reference points, creating an illusion of great sizes.
The first to create this kind of photography is Hippolyte Bayard. Bayard is a pioneer of photography who claims to have invented photography earlier than Daguerre. His “Self-Portrait as a Drowned Man” was created as his reaction for not being recognized as the world’s icon in photography.
Here are some of the most amusing “giant” dogs.
Although pictured only as an illusion, these photos of “big” dogs made everyone want to see their pups grow as large. But for now, while none has actually grown to that size, let us just be contented with our small but adorable pets.