Turkish Artist Creates a Miniature Version of 1900s Photo Studio

It took the author almost nine months to finish his project.

Turkish artist Ali Alamedy presented a miniature 1900s photo studio, PetaPixel writes. The author created every element himself, mostly using wood, copper, plastic, and paper.

In a total of nine months of working on the project, Alamedy created more than a hundred of miniature objects. He carefully reviewed photos of old photo studios before making them.

“I had to read about photography and a photographer at that time, — the author says. — The hardest part was how to recall the spirit of such a place in such a small scale.”

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