When people first hear the words “Little People” most think about those who suffer from dwarfism. When I hear the words, I think about that show on TLC, but what I’m actually posting about here isn’t about that. Its about photographer Slinkachu and his amazing photographs of life in a whole different perspective. He photographs the subjects up close and then far away in order to show how perspective can not only change a photograph, but the way you look at the world in general.
It states in his bio that he has not had any formal training as a photographer and maybe took a photo 1 class in college, but as far as actual real life photography training, he has none. He owns a Canon 5D Mark II, by the way. His work puts a whole new meaning to “little people, big world”.