Some Tilt Shift Photos I Made

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Hi Guys,
I’ve been a member a while buy haven’t posted anything.
Here are a few tilt shift photos I recently finished.

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#2

Like the last photo.
Looks similar to my childhood Dinky toy collection :smiley:
Would be worth a fortune now.

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#3

Nice work! What’s the process to create one?

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#4

So have you got a tilt shift lens or are you using another method

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#5

Normally achieved through making area above and below really out of focus and best when done from looking down, so ideal with a drone. And really good examples here :+1:

Some photo software programmes have it as a filter option.

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#7

Love them. They don’t look real. :+1:

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#8

Thanks for you comments.

They’re fairly simple to do.

Take a pic at an angle, not too high or too low.

Then I used photoshop to put in foreground and background blurs, the. Increase the saturation to make things slightly more garish, and toy like.

While the recent photoshops have a specific tilt shift filter, any photoshop, GIMP or similar can make the effect.

Try it yourself by googling “tilt shift generator”.

I took the pics with my Mavic Air.

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#9

I’ve made these in the past with DSLR pics from good vantage points … with mixed results.

I do like the 2nd one of yours that’s looking almost 3D.

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#10

I do like this effect, here’s a little barn

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#11

Looks good :+1:

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#12

Very nice !

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#13

Great work!

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#14

Aww, sweet photos of your toy collection!:grinning:

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#15

Here’s another.

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#16

That looks like a model house on a train board.

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#17

Nicely done , very effective :+1:

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#18

These are brilliant :smiley:

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#19

@Rifleair Looks like a mini town! Nice!

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#20

These are excellent :slight_smile:

I’ve always loved the effect, but never tried before. You’ve inspired me (and given some handy instructions) so here’s my first ever attempt.

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