Tilt-Shift Your World

Amazing miniature detail, you're thinking? Amazing and detailed - yes; miniature - no!

I've posted before about miniature art that's disconcertingly real, or that makes use of optical illusion to great effect. Well here's a twist that turns that whole thing on its head: tilt-shift photography. It's a unique art that uses camera lenses and Photoshop to make life-size locations or subjects look like miniature models. A shallow depth of field and high color saturation are key to creating the illusion.

The photos below are linked to their sources where you can see more amazing photographs, or check out this article at Smashing Magazine.







1 comments:

Sans said...

These are amazing! Thanks for posting the "technique" . I must learn it sometime. Beautiful and creative pictures :)

 

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