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Old 05-05-2011, 05:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The official TILT SHIFT thread. - Transform your photos into tilt-shift style miniatures

Tilt shift is a photographic technique which employs a very expensive piece of equipment called a tilt shift lens.

They can run anywhere from $250 for the economy version to upwards of $2,500 for real quality lenses.

The effect is a fake miniature or diorama effect.

That photo was taken a last year at MRLS, this really is the best angle to use if you can, from above and shots with a lot of action work well.

A couple of my favorites, view full size for best effect.

Works best for cars, trains, boats, city-scapes. Shit like that. Try it out and post some up!
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