Photographer Kim Keever creates large scale landscape photographs using miniature dioramas. He first creates the topographies inside a 200-gallon tank, and then fills it with water. He then uses various lights, pigments, and backdrops to bring the scenes to life for his large-format camera to capture.
Here’s a behind the scenes look at how the photographs were made:
You can see more of Keever’s work over at the David B Smith gallery website.
Image credit: Photographs by Kim Keever/David B Smith Gallery and used with permission