Photo credit: Erin Sullivan
Los Angeles-based photographer Erin Sullivan wanted to make the best of stay-at-home orders these past few months,and that’s when the idea of these miniature nature photos came to mind. She discovered that normal objects, like broccoli, combined with toy figurines, can create some seemingly interesting photos, thus her “nature photography” series was created. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Photos in this series range from Pillow Ice Caves, which involved pillows, pillowcases, and two tiny figurines in a canoe. Other materials used include stacks of pancakes with syrup looks doubling as a river and asparagus greeting a pair canoeing.
- 20. 1MP 1. 0 Type stacked CMOS sensor, Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* 24 200 millimeter F2. 8 F4. 5 large aperture high magnification zoom lens
- 0. 02 sec. High AF speed, 357 point focal plane Phase detection AF and 425 point contrast detection AF
- Up to 20 fps blackout free shooting, using up to 60 times/sec. AF/AE calculations. Diopter Adjustment: -4.0 to +3.0 m-1. Operating Temperature- 0 degrees C.- +40 degrees C. / 32 degrees F. - 104 degrees F
- AI based real time tracking for stills and movies, and touch tracking. Real time eye AF for human (stills and movies), and for animal (stills only)
- 4K video with us log3 and Interval Shooting. Microphone jack and vertical position data recording. Active mode image stabilization in 4K video recording, and Movie Edit add on compatible
When California started going into lockdown mid-March, I began thinking about how I could stay creative and connected to travel/the outdoors while I stayed home,” Sullivan tells My Modern Met. “I had the idea to create adventure scenes using household objects and ordered a handful of model train figures so that I would have a sense of scale in the images. I kept having ideas for new scenes, so I continued the series,” said Sullivan to MyModernMet.