I am art directing a photo shoot and have searched the internet in vain for an example of what I'm trying to do. I'd like to use these examples in a brainstorm session to help sell my idea. Our department has a very talented photographer who can certainly pull it off. However, our photographer is on vacation, and the shoot is Monday, so I haven't had a chance to ask them about it. I've seen this used in commercials before. You have a relatively small object in the foreground that—due to perspective—looks huge compared to a person in the background. My idea is to draw, print and cut out a small illustration and prop it up so it looks big compared to the person. Do you know what I mean? Can you help a brother out?