More tilt-shift fakery:
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It really helps to be above and a distance from the subject to make the illusion work. Medium-tall buildings are good, as are stadiums. Too high and the subjects are too far away. This is a bit borderline, but it’s a good downward angle.
So there’s this thing called Tilt-Shift Photography, which I guess could also be called “using a tilt-shift lens on your camera. What is a tilt shift lens? It’s a horrendously expensive specialty lens often used by people taking architectural photography. Why are you reading this? Because tilt-shift is fun stuff:
Alright – I admit it. That’s not real tilt-shift. The good news is that you can fake it too – easy! Click the link and I’ll tell you all about it. It’s easy. Did I say easy? I meant easy. Click the jump. Do it.
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