10 Times This Photographer Illustrated His Creativity By Creating Miniature Landmarks On His Dining Table Using Household Items
Ric Tse is a photographer based in Hong Kong who loves photography and traveling. He started creating miniature landmarks on his dining table after the outbreak of coronavirus. In a recent interview with DeMilked, Ric revealed what inspired him to choose this art form- “Many photographers and artists have miniature photography, but not so many of them (as far as I know) use such idea to recreate landmarks. So I want to use these photos to create my “own series”.”
The photographer uses household stuff like hairbands, A4 paper, plates & bowls, wine cork, etc to create his brilliant settings. He also shared his creative process with us- “Almost all of the miniature pictures were created on my dining table, using handheld LED lights and a DSLR camera. Most of the time of creation is in midnight, after my son and my wife went to bed, so as not to disturb them.”
Scroll below to see some wonderful miniature photos created by Ric Tse.
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