Tilt-shift photography

Image courtesy of http://www.tiltshiftphotography.net

My current photography obsession is tilt-shift photography. It is a way of faking a miniature scene with life size objects. After seeing so many examples of it on Flickr, I did a search to find out exactly what kind of lens you need to achieve these photos. You need a lens that has the capability to tilt and shift, but if you don’t feel like buying a new lens, you can also achieve the tilt-shift outcome in Photoshop. Christopher Phin has a great quick and easy tutorial on his website, which you can find here. For more tilt-shift photos, check out the Flickr group here.

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