The New York, New York hotel casino in Las Vegas, 2005.
Last month, Discover.com posted some photographs from Olivo Barbieri of giant things made (to look) tiny. Here we bring you a few more examples of his work, in which he uses a tilt-frame camera to shift the plane of focus so that it's out of alignment with the film.
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At right, Barbieri captures:
...the neon commercial lights along Las Vegas highways
...a tranquil view of the Hoover Dam
...and the famous aqueducts of Rome.
The photos below show a soccer field in Bari, Italy, in 1999, and a carnival—complete with a huge ferris wheel—set up at the Santa Monica pier in 2005.
See more of Barbieri's work at the website of New York's Yancey Richardson Gallery.