re: [teacherartexchange] dioramas and real scenes (miniaturizing scenes in photoshop)
That's really cool!
I've actually been experimenting with miniaturizing scenes in digital
photography. It's a neat trick, and is actually really easy if you
Here is the cathedral beside our school:
And the Guggenheim:
And even Nashville:
I was actually going to teach this next week, but the camera got
dropped (GAH!!!) and it will be about 4-6 weeks to get it back. So,
maybe next year. But I have info if anyone wants to know how to
achieve this effect. It would be a really fun experiment in
depth-of-field for middle or high school students.
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:37 AM, Sears, Ellen <> wrote:
> The new issue of Wired shared the work of Lori Nix - she constructs
> 'unsettling' dioramas out of wood, buckwheat flour, insulation foam and
> acrylic gel...
> Compare it to Olivo Barbieri's and Ben Thomas' photographs that make
> real scenes look tiny -
> Lori Nix:
> Ben Thomas:
> Olivo Barbieri
> Tilt-shift photography:
> Fun stuff -
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