Scale is an important aspect of photography as well as art and design. The size of one object in relation to another can make the difference between an ordinary and an extraordinary photo. Here are some examples that illustrate this point:
Fiorello LaGuardia with halibut (1939)
By C. M. Stieglitz, World Telegram staff photographer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Fiorello H. LaGuardia, mayor of New York City, posing with a 300-pound halibut at the Fulton Fish Market.
This is one of the Moai statues on Easter Island.
These giant gypsum crystals are located inside Cueva de Naica, a cave located in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. Other names for this cave are Cave of the Crystals and Giant Crystal Cave.
Its a big rabbit in Orebro in front of church , the bunny was placed here upside down and was major attraction to tourists. It was placed here in summer 2011, during the OpenArt biennale. See this object at the site of artist Florentijn Hofman
This bunny looks like it was resting against the church, but it was not. It was actually propped up against another statue in front of the church. Here is another photo of the yellow bunny taken at a different angle:
From the exhibition OpenART in Örebro, Sweden, 2011: Florentijn Hofman Big yellow Rabbit