The day I used the miniature effect

It was not long after I got my camera that I had to go for a factory visit with one of my clients. I’ve been fascinated with factories since I was a child, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to take some pictures. I don’t remember how I ended up using the miniature effect on my camera – but that was a good decision since I was still not familiar with how to use the manual mode. The miniature effect is used mostly for distant subjects, but I used it totally randomly. Some of the pictures I ended up with:

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