It’s a chilly winter night outside. Well it’s not outside and it’s not even winter, we mean look at the guy. He is not even wearing pants! Just a coat and a winter hat.
Nevertheless, the portrait shot came out so great that it can easily have fooled us into thinking that this is in the middle of a snowy night. We love how the girl is casually having a phone conversation with her hands busy operating the snow machine.
Paris, the city of love and romance. Who would not want a beautiful photoshoot in the middle of the Gardens of the Trocadero with the Elfiel tower in the background?
Well if you can’t travel to make that photoshoot because of all the restrictions 2020 has brought us, don’t worry! All you really need is a talented photographer and a poster. But all jokes aside, this is truly a masterful work by the photographer that had us fooled.
The Alpine region of Switzerland is always a great idea for a photo session. But just like a trip to Paris would be a hassle the Swiss alps would be the same. But don’t worry you can still get that perfect shot.
All you need is just a simple projector, a tripod, a camera and you can take this great picture at home whenever you feel like it. The best part is that your wardrobe is just a step away for you to take the shots in multiple outfits.
Here is another example of the length the photographers are willing to go to get that one perfect shot. First, they dug a hole in the ground, then they covered it with thick glass strong enough to hold a horse and made a sealing from fabric backdrops.
The result speaks for itself. One can easily think that this was taken while the horse is in mid-air looking down into a camera lens giving it the “blue steel look”. But the reality is way further from that, it looks like the horse doesn’t even trust that glass let alone jump over it.
The next few shots are from the amazing photographer Vatsal Kataria. He loves to experiment with miniature photography and deliver these masterpieces. This shot here looks like it was taken on a Urui River with Mount Fuji in the background.
But it’s there is no river and there is no mountain. This is all pure art and imagination of one man. This picture looks so real even the tiny boat has a reflection!
You can almost hear the noise those tiers make with the friction against the wet asphalt and the Audi engine roaring under the car hood that is cutting through the raindrops.
But then when you glance at the “the making off” picture, you can only hear the brush stroke painting water that looks so real in the first picture. We assume the rain on the picture is from that spray bottle on the right.
Do you remember that cave that Batman would drive his Batmobile out of? This is what this picture reminds us of. It’s just crazy to think that all of this is actually some grey plasticine and crushed pebbles.
Hey, look at the left bottom corner of the picture! It’s that spray bottle again making the rain! Even still got the blue water paint on it. The plastic bush is cleverly placed in the distance from the cave giving it an even more realistic look in the picture.
Remember the Batcave with the Batmobile? Well, the Batcycle is in there too! And the same spray bottle again that makes the rain on the picture and the bike itself.
The level of detail on this picture is really great, the gas tank even has the “Ducati” on it. If you pay attention to the background rock, it actually looks like the photographer reused the same materials used to make the grey plasticine cave.
That racing Audi that was making all of those noises on the wet asphalt reached its destination. And it looks like the destination was the top of that Mount Fuji from before.
We kid and joke around about these pictures but make no mistake, we think the photographer is a true genius. Not only that he has an exceptional talent for photography he also has it for making those miniature sets.
Just imagine, you are sitting inside this cabin. The rocking chair is next to the fire stove and the plaid style wrap is covering you from shoulders down. You are holding a cup of hot chocolate and as you sip you feel the marshmallows floating.
Well, this cabin is tiny and the snow is sugar powder! But this photo is nothing short of amazing. The photographer has yet again delivered a masterpiece that looks just like real life.
To hang a moon in the sky all you really need is some sick Photoshop skills and a trip to Ikea to buy a few Chinese paper lanterns. This photographer demonstrated both creativity and those sick Photoshop editing skills all in one picture!
We love how creative the photographer got with the clothing and the van as well. Both the van and the clothing are all white and have a logo of a waxing crescent moon.
When you look at this picture you would never think that besides the couple and the photographer there is another person in the water involved in making it. But who is going to make that perfect wave line that divides the girl and the boy?
The photographer even still has his paper strap on from the club he visited last night. We also wonder how many times the kid had to rise above the water for some air before they landed the great picture…
This one is truly a well-done photo with a lot going on there. The model really knows how to bring that tense emotions, you can even see that her eye is watering up.
Now at the first glance, you might think that the hand holding the rose is wearing a black rubber glove. But look again, it’s painted! But of course, the best part is the background, it’s just a simple black cloth. This once again shows us that you don’t need a fancy studio to make killer pictures.
Remember the special effect the characters from James Cameron’s Avatar had? This is exactly what this picture reminds us of. By you don’t need to have any special knowledge of how to make those effects in this case.
You just need a purple red blue white hybrid LED lamp. We were gonna say you also need a black backdrop on the right side but it’s actually a black door with a golden knob.
What a shot! The tricky part here is to make sure you put the fire out on the paper right after the shot or else you will burn your lens.
The Aladdin-looking lamp adds so much to the picture that you wonder if the photographer was going for the Arabian Nights look on purpose? The text inside would never be visible if it was not for that makeup lamp positioned right above the paper roll.
Ever wondered what it would be like to lay in the clouds? Just by looking at the picture, we would think that this was done with some heavy smoke machine in a studio.
But there is no smoke machine or a studio, just pure creativity of the photographer. Tear up a pillow, place the lighting correctly and you have a great picture! We bet it was a sucker cleaning up all that polyester fluff.
Remember that door to Narnia? Imagine dragging a door that size all the way to the beach just for one shot. Well if you are as clever and talented as this photographer you can bring the door in your pocket.
You almost get a feel of that breezy cold moist sea air just by looking at this picture. But it’s just baby powder that the photographer sprinkled all over the portable table.
Remember that purple red blue white hybrid LED lamp that produced that Avatar character effect? Well, it’s here again. Only this time it’s the girls’ hands that are being illuminated.
Just like with all of the pictures listed this one was created with creativity when it was made. If you look closely, on the floor of the behind the scene picture there is a phone. The yellow light effect is just a flashlight from the phone!
This picture, one might think, was taken by a sensor on a camera that was placed in the wild with no cameraman behind and some doggy treats at the edge of the lens.
This whole photo is one candid moment! The photographer has such a genuine smile with a look of amusement from the fox. Speaking of amusement look, look at the way the fox is smelling and staring at the lens!
Mount Doom, you know that one from The Lord of the Rings has actually never looked scarier than this picture right here. And look at that lava! It’s as if all of those stones are slowly flowing down the lava current.
But there is no lava current or Mount Doom for that matter. We are not sure what is more impressive here, the picture or the way the set was made.
If you are a fan of Game of Thrones you would know right away this is where Cersei’s walk of shame scene was shot. In real life, this is located Dubrovnik, Croatia.
When you look at this picture you would think this was taken in the early morning when there still no tourists around. But who could have guessed that there is a crowd of people right next to the couple? This is what angle perspective is all about.
If you look up the word luxury in a dictionary it will say “a state of great comfort or elegance”. Well, there is no comfort or elegance here. Puddles of rainwater and seems cold outside.
But the end result is elegance. Just look at that perfectly positioned Versace perfume bottle making those ripples in the water! And that Medusa logo staring right at you with the reflection in the water. This is one classy picture if you ask us.
Food photography at its finest is what comes to mind looking at this example. Just one normal size wooden plank will have you thinking that this backed apple dessert is on a large wooden table.
The candle glass and the pines add so much coziness. You can almost smell the dry anise flower and the cinnamon in this picture. And the condensed milk on the edge of the fork… Just pure yummy looking picture!
This wedding photographer here deserves a bonus! And not just for almost laying in that puddle but for the amazing picture he made! The barn fence, the rain puddle with the mud, you would never think that this is a good place to take a picture.
But this photographer made just that. The angle he chose to take the picture from is just perfect. It cut out half of the surroundings that made the setup look horrible and produced this beauty.
There is just no way that this cool picture is not somehow digitally drawn right? Well, not even a bit. This smart photographer created this optical illusion with the use of just some water drops on a clear glass sheet.
The water drops even appear to be the same shape as the colorful candy itself. If you love Skittles, you should be craving them right about now just by looking at this picture.
This picture reminds us of the poster from that epic 90’s disaster adventure movie Twister. It just looks so realistic as if it’s somewhere in the Great Plains of central United States.
Just look at all of that colored cotton suspended from the top. Hanging up all of that must of been one tidiest task. But the result is really beautiful. We salute the photographer for the patience and creativity it took to make this set.