Nidarosdomen Macro

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    Just trying to play with the lens blur effect in Photoshop, to produce a fake miniature model of Nidarosdomen.
    I'm not sure if i really should call this a faked tiltshift picture, since i've done more than just adding a gradient. Any ideas?

    Update: Link to the original picture

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    1. taurusblack 65 months ago | reply

      amazing photo and amazing work

    2. pkapka 60 months ago | reply

      tøøøøøft!

    3. phill.d 59 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called TILT-SHIFT (It's all nicey nicey in Toytown), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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      Found in a search. (?)

    4. Tyronol 59 months ago | reply

      Best I've ever seen!

    5. Darek Czepiel 57 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Great Photography - recommended, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    6. malik ml williams 57 months ago | reply

      this is amazing. and i love seeing the explanation. (even if i don't understand half of it. lol!) now i'm eager to try your method. thanks again for sharing.

      m

    7. Chillpadde 57 months ago | reply

      Tøff effekt :D

    8. Eric Edge 52 months ago | reply

      straight up amazing.

    9. prikkprikkprikk 52 months ago | reply

      This demonstrates very well that a well made fake tilt shift takes more than just a simple gradient masked blur to look like the real thing. Superb!

    10. Fred in Montreal 51 months ago | reply

      This is simply fantastic! I am in awe!
      I wish I knew how to do that kind of stuff :)

    11. Ricardo Chaves Photography 44 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image and work!

    12. Reitstoen 44 months ago | reply

      Again, thanks for all the wonderful feedback :)

    13. Marquisde 26 months ago | reply

      Awesome! I don't really understand what you did, but it's very very good. Perfect composition and focus. Such a good pic to turn into a tilt shift. I personally think its still called a fake tiltshift since you didn't use a tilltshift lens, but fakes not a negative word with this kind treatment. Grats!

    14. qureyoon 24 months ago | reply

      Oh wow! I just got into GIMP and learning few things. Any suggestions on where I can make your kind of depth map?

    15. Marie C. Cudraz 12 months ago | reply

      I have no words, it's too much nice done, well done, beautiful and magical
      congrats

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