Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces

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A technique known as tilt-shift photography can turn everyday scenes into miniature wonderlands. But at this point the trick is as tired as vintage filters, so photographer Valentino Fiadini did just the opposite with these miniature Lego rooms—photographing them to look like life-size locations.

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At first glance you might think this looks like a large marble room, possibly in an art gallery, with sunlight streaming in through the windows. But it's not. It's made entirely of tiny Lego bricks, meticulously photographed to look like you could just stroll right through it. Maybe Lego should hire this guy to add some more depth and scale to its product shot photography? [Valentino Fiadini via MyModernMet]

Illustration for article titled Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces
Illustration for article titled Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces
Illustration for article titled Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces
Illustration for article titled Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces
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Illustration for article titled Clever Photography Makes These Tiny Lego Rooms Look Like Full-Size Spaces
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Redandwhite

Pretty good. I assume the photographer needed to shoot this with a compact camera to get that huge depth of field. The only giveaway is the rather large gaps between the lego bricks