Saturday, January 4, 2014


Here are pictures of stunning landscapes Matthew Albanesse work, as quoted from .Matthew is an artist who specializes in the field of "table top photography".

Who would have thought such a dramatic picture of lightning produced from sheets of dark plexyglas highlighted with bright light bulbs.

The view above is made using parchment paper, ostrich feathers that have been dyed, wire, rope, carved chocolate, coffee, and synthetic moss.

Diorama made from cotton, salt, cook sugar, tin foil, feathers & canvas. While using a cotton ball clouds.

Surface water is made from layers of vinyl, Plexyglass, and clear Epoxy. While the light effects created using a video projector that illuminates through mist false, covered with blue plastic lenses. In total there are 11 lighting is made to create an effect like under water.

Diorama made of glass, plexiglass, tile grout, moss, twigs, salt, painted canvas and dry ice. The waterfall was created from salt that falls slowly much like an hourglass.

Diorama made of steel wool, cotton, ground parsley and moss.
Field is made of faux fur, pieces of tile from the mountain, and a cloud of cotton. Lighting plays a major role here as to give effect to the above.

Diorama made from wood, moss, yellow glitter, transparent garbage bags, cooked sugar, scotch-brite pot scrubbers, bottle brushes, sand, tile grout (in the given coloring), wire, paper and light yellow, red, and orange.
A replica of the American flag on the moon, the white surface of the crater made from the fireplace dust, rocks and tiles of ceramic pieces. While the photos are projected onto a black background earth.

Diorama made out of tile grout, cotton, phosphorous ink. The model volcano was illuminated from below by six 60-watt bulb.

Perhaps many of you who are wondering what the "Table Top Photography", in short TTP is the art of photography in which the object of his picture was on the table, in other words TTP fans closely related to the diorama, but leave aside the shadow of dioramas made carelessly.
TTP presents a diorama with a touch of sophisticated visual effects that seemed to resemble the original.Just look at his work below.
Who would have thought with the objects around us turned out to be a beautiful work of art. Interested in the "Table Top Photography"?

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