Half Awake – Diorama Photography by Erin Tyner

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Rather than waiting for a scene you’ve imagined to happen, you can use Erin Tyner’s Half Awake series as inspiration and create a diorama of the moment you wish to capture. “Working in a miniature scale allows me to depict a range of complex emotions in a playful manner,” Erin says. Although the dioramas are artificial, Erin’s pictures spark genuine emotions and show characters that are captivating and true to life.

To see more of Erin’s photography, visit her website or Etsy shop.

sometimes dioarama tornado

Sometimes

The Clearing grass field with girl in forest clearing

The Clearing

Outskirts miniature figure redhead girl outside house at night

Outskirts

Yellow mossy woods with girl in dress

Yellow

The Thin winter photo girl on snowy ice pond

The Thin

The Thick boy running in fog diorama

The Thick

May rain clouds, lavender fields and girl in purple

May

Rose twilight field with girl in red

Rose

Windswept golden plains with blue sky and miniature figure

Windswept

Fade umbrella woman in rainy city

Fade

Tides ocean diorama, business man in surf

Tides

Buoy blue lake with swimming boy figure

Buoy

Wake miniature swimmer in moonlight

Wake

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  1. Nina

    I like the idea of this project! Very expressive!
    Emotions of the characters are very clearly spelled out in their figures.

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  2. Indigo Janson

    This is something I’ve been wanting to try, in my own way of course because this is Erin’s style and her concept comes across so well. Thanks to you and to Erin for a burst of inspiration. They are beautifully done but Fade is especially magical.

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