Indian Photographer Takes Amazing Pictures of World Famous Landmarks without Leaving His Studio

Indian conceptual and still life photographer takes magnificent pictures of nature and historical landmarks from all over the world, without leaving his studio. Vatsal Kataria creates miniature landscapes in his studio using simple materials, like old cardboards, plaster, polystyrene sheets, and newspapers. Then, he paints them using acrylic colors, which is the most challenging part of creating his models. According to the artist, painting is what makes his artwork look alive and real. Finally, he uses his photography skills to capture amazingly realistic pictures of these miniatures. From his studio, Kataria visited Stonehenge in the UK, the Ayers Rock in Australia, the Pyramids in Egypt, and many other spots. Here, take a look at some of his pictures and admire the artwork.

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