Tiny People in Macro Photography. The World of Miniatures

The art starts in place where the imaginary meets the reality. This world of art is full of wonderful things you can draw inspiration from and nourish your works with it.

The fascinating works of art I’m going to present you today are macro photography items that are created by the talented artists. These pieces of art offer your imagination to escape from the daily routine and broaden your outlook. The items that you’ll find here show the university of miniatures with tiny people, their houses, cars, roads and cities inside it. On these photos they are placed with other objects in their life sizes, thus presenting the correlation of the real world and its artificial counterpart. This type of photography is interesting for its cool presentation of the objects that surround us along with the tiny figures of people, or toys. Tiny People in Macro Photography is a spoon of inspiration that you are welcome to try.

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DinoSlide by Hugobian


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Fender Bender by Kurt Moses


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A Merry Little Christmas by Kurt Mose


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Clarinet Technical Support by batsax


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Clean by thedigitalpagan


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Fixing the Key by annie170768


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Looking for Spring by Yannochka

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Movie Night byKurt Moses


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Sax Maintenance by batsax


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Schlitten Faahn by HaPe_Gera


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Spring Clean by thedigitalpagan


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Spring Onion Workers by batsax


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Strawberry by Yannochka

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What’s Inside by Yannochka


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World of Food by Christopher Boffoli


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World of Food by Christopher Boffoli


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World of Food by Christopher Boffoli

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  • zincsulfate
    September 28, 2012

    This world of art is full of wonderful things

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