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Miniature Tilt-Shift Landscapes Made with Food and Wool

Vancouver-based photographer Eszter Burghardt creates miniature landscapes using food (e.g. seeds, powders, milk) and wool, and then photographs them using a shallow depth of field. Her images show everything from volcanos to icebergs. The projects are titled “Edible Vistas” and “Wooly Sagas“.

Edible Vistas and Wooly Sagas (via Fstoppers)


Image credits: Photographs by Eszter Burghardt and used with permission


 
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  • 495

    the volcano and the glacier are genious!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Daniel-Austin-Hoherd/576367461 Daniel Austin Hoherd

    Wait a sec… Tilt-shift simulates the look of macro photographs, making large things look miniature. So now when people take actual photographs of miniature things they are no longer taking macro shots but instead are simulating the simulated miniatures? How self referential. Does this mean we can all tag our macro shots of miniature models, dioramas and figurines as “tilt-shift”?

  • http://twitter.com/sidceaser Sid Ceaser

    This work is absolutely beautiful. I’m a big fan of Lori Nix, and this work is just as beautiful. Bravo!

  • http://www.facebook.com/bdougher Brian Dougher

    These would look better with a larger DOF.

  • madmax

    I think more DOF is a mistake. Hiding a lot of detail in the background wool looks like clouds, otherwise you can see what actually is.

  • http://twitter.com/RitaKHealey Rita K. Healey

    Hiding a lot of detail in the background wool looks like clouds, otherwise you can see what actually is...MayorMoney.blogspot.com

  • madmax

    Why are you copying what I said before? Editor, please, erase this spam ad.

  • NOFUNALLOWED

    NO FUN ALLOWED