Clever Photographs Imagine Tiny Worlds Around Everyday Objects
Hungarian food photographer Peter Csakvari, from Budapest, puts together the often-entertaining scenes using all manner of objects. His "Tiny Wasteland" series features miniature figures placed next to everyday objects so as to create the illusion of a microscopic worlds.
The whole world admires the incredible works of a Hungarian photographer that are extremely strange in a positive sense. "Tiny Wasteland" enjoys such great popularity, that even the Daily Mail and the Bored Panda shared his shots.
Now he reveals how this brilliant idea was born!
The talented shutterbug worked quite a long time as a chef besides which he also took photos, and there came the idea of food photography. It was in 2013 when he started to deal with food photography. Later on, his camera was stolen, and he was annoyed by being a political journalist. Eventually, he found himself working in Normandy with some friends, and while working there, he bought a new macro lens camera. However, there was nothing to take a shot of.
Then, on a nearby island, he found a miniature market and from that time on, his enthusiasm about combining food with miniature figures has not ceased.
There is a manufacturer who regularly provides the little, but very expensive figures to him free of charge in exchange for a bit of advertisement and for using his images in their catalogues.
So far, people used his pictures for finding employment, while others asked his help for popularising a restaurant. In addition to this, he is currently in collaboration with the Miniversum and other international brands, like the IKEA.
The photographer believes that the secret of the perfect gastro photo is the light, but the excellent shutterbug can play with walls or tablecloths, too, from which castles can be built. This kind of work is about art and fun at the same time.
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