Bjoern Ewers’ macro photographs of the insides of musical instruments make them look like architectural spaces.

These amazing macro shots of the insides of musical instruments were taken by German photographer and art director Bjoern Ewers. By extending the depth of field, either through focus stacking or by using a tilt/shift lens, Bjoern created the feeling that the spaces are much larger than they seem – almost like the reverse effect of tilt/shift miniaturisation. The end effect is very reminiscent of architectural photography.

Via PetaPixel and Larry.

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Musical Instruments Photographed From Inside

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