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Photographer Breathes Life Into Natural History Dioramas
Inspired by his first trip to the American Museum of Natural History, Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has spent the last four decades delicately constructing black and white photos of natural history museum dioramas. He shot the scenes as though they were real, omitting the framing wall, avoiding glare and reflections to remove any indication that the subjects and habitat were not real.
The result is an elegant book that breathes life and depth into inanimate recreations of nature and human evolution.
Dioramas is available right here.