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Fotógrafa de viagens simula fotos de natureza usando itens domésticos e ilusões de ótica

por: Mari Dutra


A fotógrafa Erin Sullivan, também conhecida como Erin Outdoors, colocou a criatividade para funcionar durante a quarentena. Acostumada a fotografar suas viagens pelo mundo, ela usou itens que tinha em casa para criar a ilusão de que o mundo cabe entre quatro paredes.

Bonecos, alimentos, cobertores ou travesseiros. Tudo se transforma em paisagem diante das lentes de Erin. Após pensar no que gostaria de retratar, ela parte para a produção do cenário, que pode levar até uma hora.


“Como fotógrafa de viagem, passo muito tempo fora de casa e fotografando lugares interessantes ao redor do mundo. Quando a ordem de ficar em casa entrou em vigor no mês passado, eu quis me desafiar a continuar criativa em meu ofício sem sair de casa”, disse em entrevista ao Bored Panda.

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Today I went on my first EVER trip to Paper Bag Canyon. 😉 I wasn’t really sure what we were going to find here, but I am learning that imagination is an adventure in and of itself. 💭 ✧ The response from this series has been great so far! Thank you to everyone who has sent me images of the adventures you are creating while inside. ✧ I HEREBY CHALLENGE YOU to create your own indoor adventure, and to share it so we can all come along! Whether it’s a tiny one like this series here, or setting up your tent in your living room, post and tag #OurGreatIndoors and let’s create some inspiration for us all as a community. And if you can’t participate at this time, I invite you to follow along. I’ll share your work on my stories as the hashtag fills up. ✧ This canyon was made from paper bags taped to a cutting board, and the little hiker dude is a figure from a model train set. Lighting is just the natural light coming from my window. If you feel disqualified because you don’t have a big fancy camera, try using your phone! As always, use what you’ve got. Creativity can thrive even (especially?) within a set of restrictions. 🧑‍🎨 ✧ #ErinsGreatIndoors • #OurGreatIndoors

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Os cliques são publicados em primeira mão no Instagram da artista, que possui uma base de 100 mil seguidores.

Na rede, ela também compartilha fotos dos bastidores e alguns tutoriais que explicam como criou cada cenário, bem como as paisagens que inspiraram a imagem.

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Welcome to Broccoli Forest. 🥦 A whoooole forest in my own apartment, who knew?! Apparently there’s great birdwatching here (as you can see, my friend brought binoculars). 😂 ✧ Originally my idea for this series was solely to do landscapes made from objects in my home. I’ve always loved using abstraction in my art, and thought this would be an interesting challenge given the context. I then thought it would be good to add tiny figures to give a sense of some scale. From there I found a ton of incredible creators out there making amazing miniature worlds. @tanaka_tatsuya is a favorite of mine. ✧ These images were created with broccoli, a bamboo plate, a sweatshirt, a pillowcase & a little train model figure. If you are making/photographing something inside that is outdoors-inspired, share using the hashtag #OurGreatIndoors so we can see how far and wide our community’s creativity stretches. 🌿 ✧ #ErinsGreatIndoors • #OurGreatIndoors

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Erin aproveitou o momento para desafiar sua comunidade a tentar algo similar em suas próprias casas.

A fotógrafa sugeriu que todos que aderissem à ideia usassem a hashtag #OurGreatIndoors. O resultado foi surpreendente: mais de 800 fotografias já foram publicadas com a hashtag do projeto em poucos dias (veja algumas no final da página).

 

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Nightstand Astrophotography 🌌 A bit of stargazing from the comfort of my bed. My friend here still won’t stop pointing at stuff… ✧ This one is inspired by a photo I took of my friend @rachelroams last year in New Zealand. Created with a couple of model train figures, paper with holes poked in it, and a smart lightbulb (I changed the color to blue, but you could also do this in post). ✧ I’m so happy to hear these photos are bringing you joy and sparking creativity. It’s been so fun to see what you’ve created so far in the #OurGreatIndoors hashtag! Hope everyone is taking care and being super kind to yourselves right now whatever the season looks like for you. ♥️ ✧ #ErinsGreatIndoors • #OurGreatIndoors

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For the perfect weekend adventure, may I recommend a trip to the Great Pancake Canyon? This weekend, Syrup River was flowing. Maybe it’s due to the rain we’ve had?? Not sure…. any of you specialize in pancake science and can speak to this? Anyway, this was a truly unique experience with fantastic views from both below and above. Also great breakfast available. 🥞 ✧ Camera info: Sony a7Riii & 90mm f2.8 Macro lens. Materials: Literally just pancakes, syrup, and model train figures. ✧ Want to create your own outdoor-inspired adventure while staying home? Post & tag #OurGreatIndoors or follow along with the hashtag to see what this community is creating. Or if you’ve got another project you’re working on, I would love to hear about it! Or if you are doing nothing, that’s OK too! Take care of yourself! ✧ Thanks to my pancake expert @thejoehenderson for helping with this adventure. Who knows where we will go next… 😂 #ErinsGreatIndoors • #OurGreatIndoors

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The beauty of the ✨Glowing Gore-Tex Cave✨ ✧ Yesterday this idea was nagging at me all afternoon. I believe that ideas come from somewhere beyond us. When they ask you to pay attention to them, I’ve found that it is best to listen! I heard “create a glow worm cave tonight”… and so… here we are. Is it creativity or just quarantine? Gotta say I believe it’s the creativity. ✧ The set-up for this is tin-foil on a cutting board, 2 books with rain jackets draped over them, paper with holes poked in it, a smart lightbulb set to teal behind that, train figures, and the rock they are standing on is a hunk of rose quartz. Inspired by how it feels to be in a glow worm cave in New Zealand. ✧ Got an idea relentlessly poking at you? That idea wants to be out in the world. Put it into action 🐛 #ErinsGreatIndoors #OurGreatIndoors

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A peaceful morning fishing together on Tinfoil Lake 🌅😉 ✧ The images in this series might be fun and whimsical (I hope they appear that way to you!), but I create them from my memories or from feelings of places I have been, which feel rooted and meaningful to me. ✧ I grew up next to the Long Island Sound, and my grandpa used to take us out on his little boat when I was a kid. My cousin and I would be stuffed into orange lifejackets, two messy blonde heads on the front of the boat feeling like we were flying. On summer days we’d go stand on the pier and try to catch something. And though I never really had the patience for fishing growing up, it was always about the time spent together anyway. ✧ This image was created with tin foil, a toothbrush, a lamp under a sheet, and tiny people from a train set. Lots of questions on where to get them–– simply search for model train figures online and you’ll find lots of options. 😊 More BTS in my stories and highlight on my page. ✧ #ErinsGreatIndoors #OurGreatIndoors

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Ahhh, a stroll through the @gomacro mountains, where we found some quite chocolatey features. Normally I would tell my friends to avoid licking the scenery, but in this case it all appeared to be edible and you don’t even need a permit. 😂 Flavors included banana + almond butter, double chocolate + peanut butter chips, oatmeal chocolate chip, and maple sea salt to name a few. 😛 ✧ Under different circumstances, I’d be snacking on these while outdoors on a hike or shoot. But staying home has introduced a whole new style of adventure–– involving less movement and more imagination. 💭 ✧ Thank you to @gomacro for loving the #OurGreatIndoors series and wanting to explore with me! If you are interested in experiencing some of the plant-based bars pictured here, you can use code “NEWFLAVOR30” for 30% off your order from gomacro.com. ✧ See if you can find the tiny bars in the 2nd & 3rd images. Also – all these bars were saved and snacked on 😊♥️ #gomacro #biggerthanabar #sponsored

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Something kinda simple and sappy today 💓 and maybe a little saucy if you look at the hand placement… 😂🍑 ✧ My partner and I have been dating for a year, and I wanted to create an image based on somewhere we have gone together. Here is a sunset inspired by Black Elk Peak in South Dakota, made from cut pieces of paper I glued together. A light behind it creates the illusion of mountain layers. 🤓 ✧ This one is for you @thejoehenderson. You are an absolute trip. Thank you for making me laugh. For listening so well, even when it doesn’t make sense to you. For being a kickass Robin sometimes. For hiking with me at night and for stopping to listen to frogs. For helping me learn how to slow down. For trying to build fires even when they don’t work out for you. For listening to me practice my TED Talk 28912 times. For making me breakfast while I write. For asking good questions. Thank you so much for proving every love story I have ever heard wrong and creating this one with me. ✧ Lots of folks have found my work lately because of this #OurGreatIndoors series. If you are new here, welcome 👋 You might guess that you are in for images and stories from around the world, once travel can happen again. But you should know that I also share thoughts & rambles that are sometimes challenging, sometimes complicated, and often vulnerable. The invitation here is always rather simple; it is for you to create and experience your life, and your part in this world, with more intention. ✧ #ErinsGreatIndoors #OurGreatIndoors

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SUNSET, GOKARNA BEACH. Swipe to see the BTS. The Travelling knight travels all the way from Iceland to India in our next picture and here's him watching another man enjoy a beautiful sunset at Gokarna beach. The small hills in Gokarna make a beautiful spot for watching sunset in the evenings and that's where the idea of this shot came from. Do swipe to see the BTS of this shoot. Drop in your comments if you like this! Thanks @indian_raconteur for helping me set this up and your suggestions! Also, for the GOT Lego set. 😀 P.S : Inspired from @erinoutdoors 's #OurGreatIndoors challenge . Thanks @nitishwaila for doing this and inspiring! I am loving this. 😀🤙 #Theindiantraveller #Theindiantraveller #GreatOutdoors #TheGreatOutdoors #miniature #miniaturephotography #iceland #landscape #landscapephotography #landscapelover #icecave #Tripotocommunity #cntgiveitashot #artofvisuals #quarantine #stayhome #indianphotography

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Welcome to Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest hot spring in the United States! Located in Yellowstone National Park and just a short drive from our new home in Bozeman, we created this scene to celebrate National Park Week, as we learn to explore from within the great indoors.⁣ ⁣ National Parks across the country are offering several ways to experience their beauty digitally. Visit nps.gov to see more.⁣ ⁣ Do you have a favorite national park? Tag it in a comment! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #ourgreatindoors #miniature #yellowstone #nationalparkweek #yellowstonenationalpark #grandprismaticspring #grandprismatic #adventuremore #adventureculture #miniatures #quarantinelife #quarantine #wereallinthistogether #exploremore #naturetherapy #thegreatoutdoors #stayandwander #stayhome #imagination #exploreindoors

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Mari Dutra
Criadora do Quase Nômade, contadora de histórias, minimalista e confusa por natureza, com os dois pés (e um pet) no mundo. Chega mais perto no Instagram.

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