“Tilt-shift photography” refers to the use ofÂ camera movementsÂ on small- and medium-format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt forÂ selective focus, often for simulating aminiature scene. Sometimes the term is used when the shallowÂ depth of fieldÂ is simulated with digital postprocessing; the name may derive from theÂ tilt-shift lensÂ normally required when the effect is produced optically.
Tilt-shift photography (or â€œminiature fakingâ€)Â is the technique of using selective focus.Â Essentially, itâ€™s taking a photograph of a real-world scene and making it look like a miniature scene, such as youâ€™d find in a model railroaderâ€™s setup.Â By using selective focus combined with rotation and motion of the camera, the miniature effect is created.
In this post, I collected someÂ Miniature-Like Tilt Shift PhotographÂ that will get you inspired. Enjoy!!
Try thisÂ Tilt-shift Photography Tutorial
- Tilt-Shift Photography Photoshop Tutorial
- Creating Fake Tilt-Shift Using Photo Editing Software: Photoshop
- Tilt Shift Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make Fake Miniature Scenes
Minimize Lisbon 1
Minimize Lisbon 2
Swimming in crystal clear waters
Chicago tilt shift
HarvardÂ Book Store
Big Ben Tilt-shift
Itâ€™s AÂ Small Worldâ€“Ants. Dubai
Itâ€™s a Small Worldâ€“Niagara Falls
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