Photographer Lori Nix spends weeks and months creating extremely detailed miniature scenes — called dioramas — and then photographs them using an old fashioned 8×10 large format camera. This video offers a look at what goes on behind-the-scenes at Nix’s Brooklyn studio, and how she goes about creating her unique images. You see some of her photos in this post we published a year ago featuring her photography.
A Behind the Scenes Glimpse of Diorama Photographer Lori Nix’s Studio
- Published on July 22, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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