Vatsal Kataria, A Talented Photographer Creates Outdoor Scenes From Tiny Sets


Photography is definitely one of the costliest and passionate professions in today’s times. It involves a lot of investments in terms of money and time. Photographers have to travel for that one perfect shot. Usually, they take up to thousands of pictures just to get one beautiful picture.
But this Indian photographer named Vatsal Kataria is breaking rules with his talented miniature and still photography style. He creates amazing outdoor pictures using unrealistic objects.

Vatsal Kataria, an Indian photographer who is specialised in commercial and still life photographer is all set to change the definition and break the barriers between fantasies and real world.

Taking all his pictures in his studio with his unbelievable arts and crafts skill showing different landscape experiences within his comfort, Vatsal has definitely added feathers in his cap. He is considered a pro in capturing unbelievable outdoor pictures using unrealistic objects between different rocky mountains and icebergs with various vehicles. And he does everything within four magical walls.

Image Source : Vatsal Kataria

  1. Standing in the first place
Vatsal Kataria

2. Conquering the rains

Vatsal Kataria

3. Creating the rain

Vatsal Kataria

4. Still on the hill side

Vatsal Kataria

5. Speed against each other

Vatsal Kataria

6. Still in the snow

Vatsal Kataria

7. Looks like flying?

Vatsal Kataria

8. Seems like a real cave

Vatsal Kataria

9. Right from the land of snow

Vatsal Kataria

10. Road Military Jeep

Vatsal Kataria

11. Beauty is created sometimes

Vatsal Kataria

12. Lone Artificial Warrior

Vatsal Kataria

13. Mountain Scenes

Vatsal Kataria

14. Perfectly sculptured

Vatsal Kataria

15. Although this is not real

16. Race against each other

Vatsal Kataria

17. Standing in the forest

Vatsal Kataria

18. Conquering the forts

Vatsal Kataria

19. Above all into the icy mountains

Vatsal Kataria

20. Imagine this in reality

Vatsal Kataria

“I mainly used polystyrene sheets and a mixture of plaster and black paint to make roads. Other things I use are some polystyrene sheets, homemade foliage, baking powder for snow and some paints. I used very basic supplies so that if someone wants to try they can. I also use photoshop to bring out the beauty. So it’s very simple and very exciting.”, he says.

Read More: Photographer Creates Unique Yet Funny Series Of People Who’ve Just Fallen Down.