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Miniature Diorama Photographer

Miniature

Today’s Daily Prompt is perfect for me! Miniature. Which means this rare (Weekly Photo Challenge) moment was designed for me (Discover Challenge).

Learn more about miniatures by following along with my ‘My Mini Monday’ series here. And check out these specific posts of note:

If there’s anything specifically you’d like to learn about miniatures in general or the photography of miniatures, let me know below and stay tuned for future MMM posts.

Now, for today’s challenge, here’s a few of my current favorites of my pieces with details on the miniatures used within.

Fog

Fog

HO scale (2cm tall) figure in a landscape of model trees  and grass over a floral foam hill. Photographed through 2 sheets of textured transparency film and converted to black and white.

Wildfire

Wildfire

The same set as above with orange, yellow and red cellophane sheets layered between the trees.

Dry Summers

Dry Summers

A 1:12 dollhouse scale doll on a handmade balsa wood and embroidery string swing over a handmade bass wood porch, photographed in front of a war gaming grass mat.


Do you ever use miniatures in your work? Are you a dollhouse aficionado? Do you have a train set? Leave your thoughts below.

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