Tiltshift, outside Waterloo station

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    Josiah Mackenzie, sclopit, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. J. Quintero 77 months ago | reply

      excelente, buena

    2. You_Beauty 77 months ago | reply

      turned out well, good choice of subject matter

    3. (deaf mute) 73 months ago | reply

      One of the best ever. Looks so great LARGE.
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      http://www.tiltshiftphotography.net/examples.php (?)

    4. Zeetz Jones 63 months ago | reply

      Amazing work. Found this on a tutorial of fake tilt-shift (see below tracker) and I just love the work you've done here.

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      http://www.tiltshiftphotography.net/examples.php (?)

    5. phill.d 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called It's all nicey nicey in tilt-shift Toy town, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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      Found in a search. (?)

    6. phill.d 59 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Tiltshift-The best of British!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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      Seen in the group"TILT-SHIFT (It's all nicey nicey in Toytown)" (?)

    7. Nicolay* 26 months ago | reply

      great!how did you get the effect?

    8. david__jones 26 months ago | reply

      it's not too difficult. The trick is to use psychology; use a photo that might be a photo of a miniature - so a photo looking down on a scene works well. Add a blur - either by using a mask or a lens blur in photoshop to mimic a macro shot with a small depth of field. the boost saturation / vibranct and contrast - and that's about it.

      You can be a bit cleverer with the masking for your blur, increasing the amounts of blur with different masks.

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