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Monday, February 12, 2007 

Fake tilt shifting.

The term 'tilt shifting' is an effect used by photographers with an angled lens. It alters the perpective of the photograph and can make an ordinary view look model-like or miniture.

The effect can be easily created in Photoshop with pictures already taken.

Here is my first attempt:
My first attempt at fake tilt shifting
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The key to a good end result is to remember that one looks at a model from above, therefore it is essential that the source picture is taken from a higher point looking down onto the subject. Strong shadows also help.

Here is my second attempt using a picture of the Celtic Manor resort.

Celtic Manor Original
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Celtic Manor tilt Shifted
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