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Miniature Diorama Photographer

Miniatures in Museums – MOSH Currents of Time

Hi everyone,

Hope you’re doing well. I know I’ve been largely absent, but I’m loving the Color your World contributions I’ve seen so far. Keep it up!

Last weekend I went to the local Museum of Science and History to see their Ann Frank exhibit. While there I of course took some images of miniatures displays. I always find it fun to capture miniatures in museums as they present their own challenges. Behind glass and pre-lit there’s not always a lot of options for angles and lighting, so you have to do the best with what you have. But here’s what I came up with…

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

MOSH Jacksonville Currents through Time close ups

Hope you’ve enjoyed.

-Jennifer

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5 Responses to “Miniatures in Museums – MOSH Currents of Time”

  1. tms

    Love this post. There are so many possibilities in miniature photography – and your pictures are just very impresive (in spite of the challenges you mention). Kudos!

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