Turkish artist Ali Alamedy has created a historically accurate 19th century-inspired miniature photography studio.
The model looks historically accurate and it was inspired when he found documentation of Charles Minter's photography studio from the 1900s. After nine months of detailed and diligent work, the artist's project is complete -- with everything from miniature 19th century paintings to miniature models of the cameras used at the time. The artist did a lot of research on the era in order to replicate it accurately, as there is limited photographic evidence regarding what such a space may look like.
The artist specialized in this type of work, having other similar projects in which he made miniature models of scenes. However, the sheer amount of research and detail that went into this piece is particularly notable.
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