26 Miniatures You Won’t Believe Are Fake – a Gallery of Great Tilt-shift Pictures
First of all, let me give you a quick explanation on what tilt-shift is, in case you’re not familiar with it. Basically, it’s an art of photo manipulation in which a normal picture is turned into one presenting scenarios looking like miniature models.
For example, the photo below is a true miniature. The picture has been taken in Hamburg’s Miniatur Wunderland.
This next picture, on the other hand, is a fake miniature aka a tilt-shift picture.
Swanage Model Steam Railway approaching Corfe
Can you see any significant difference? That’s exactly the point of good tilt-shift photography.
Since we’ve got the technical stuff out of the way it’s time to take a look at some great tilt-shift pictures.
An Autumn Sunny Morning in Toy-ronto
Tilt-Shift Photography Trial I
Baguio Cathedral (Tilt-Shift Experiment)
Hold on, we’re not done yet. I have two more pieces of additional advice for you on how to make a tilt-shift photo yourself.
If you’re somewhat proficient in Photoshop you can check this tutorial out: Tilt-Shift Photography Photoshop Tutorial.
If you want the easy way out you can try this online app instead: TiltShiftMaker.com.
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