Thursday, December 29, 2011

An Introduction to Tilt-Shift Photography

An Introduction to Tilt-Shift Photography: "Tilt-shift photography (or “miniature faking”) is a photographic genre that seems to have been gaining popularity in the last few years. Essentially, it’s taking a photograph of a real-world scene and making it look like a miniature scene, such as you’d find in a model railroader’s setup. Highly detailed miniatures have always fascinated me, so tilt shift photography was a natural draw. The White House? Shrink it. Piccadilly Circus? Make it Lilliput Lane. What’s not to love?"

'via Blog this'

No comments: