sábado, 13 de diciembre de 2008

50 Beautiful Examples Of Tilt-Shift Photography

Parece que éste es el nuevo HDR (edición fotográfica de moda). Personalmente me encanta. La primera vez que lo vi -concretamente en un vídeo- pensé que se trataba realmente de una maqueta con miniaturas rodada en stop motion.

Si os animáis me encantará ver los resultados

 
 

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via Smashing Magazine by Vailancio Rodrigues on 11/16/08

Tilt-shift photography is a creative and unique type of photography in which the camera is manipulated so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model. Below we present 50 beautiful examples of tilt-shift photography. All examples are linked to their sources. We strongly encourage you to explore other works of the photographers we've featured in this post.

To add good miniature effect to your photographs, shoot subjects from a high angle (especially from the air). It creates the illusion of looking down at a miniature model. A camera equipped with a tilt-shift lens, which simulates a shallow depth of field, is essentially all you need to start.

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50 Amazing Examples of Tilt-Shift Photography

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Christopher Chan
Sydney Apple Store Miniature; Fake tilt shift effect applied to a 3xp HDR.

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Vesuviano - Nicola De Pisapia
Model of a model of reality. Vietri sul mare (SA) Italy.

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Pattagon

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Hanna María & Arnar

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Sir Hsu

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Tiltshiftphotography.net

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Lachlan Sear

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Automatt

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B Tal

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Dutchb0y

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Eric Lafforgue

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Tilt-Shift Photography: It's A Small World After All

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Timmy Toucan

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Therealjasonruff

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Hamish Grant

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darktiger

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roevin

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Ender079

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FoxyMcSlick

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patrix

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wumpiewoo

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marin g

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tHE PypEr

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Andrew James

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Gérard Pétremand

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Wmandra

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B Tal

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Angusleonard

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www.cityshrinker.com

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Jeangenie

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Tarkka

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Shawn S. Ide

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Kurtis Perry

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Vladimir.d

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Envios

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MCMLXXV

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oseillo
On the photo: Barcelona, Spain.

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Toshio

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Timothy Schenck

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Tilt-Shift Videos

Beached from Keith Loutit
Time-Lapse video of Tamarama Beach, Sydney.

Bathtub III from Keith Loutit
Time-Lapse video of Sydney Harbor with tilt-Shift.

Bathtub II from Keith Loutit
Time-Lapse video at Sydney with tilt-Shift.

From Julien Vignali
Time Lapse video with Tilt-Shift.

Harrowdown Hill from Beggars

From Mrjerz

Multnomah Falls in Miniature from Andrew Curtis
Time-Lapse video at Multnomah Falls.

Monde liliputien (illusion d'optique) Uploaded by kronsilds

You can find further videos in a Metafilter round-up of tiltshift videos.

How To Make Fake Miniature Tilt-Shift Photos?

To add good miniature effect to your photographs, shoot subjects from a high angle (especially from the air). It creates the illusion of looking down at a miniature model. A camera equipped with a tilt-shift lens, which simulates a shallow depth of field, is essentially all you need to start.

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And if you don't have specialized equipment, you can make use of Adobe Photoshop or any other image-editing software. Manipulate the focus in such a way that it gives the image the effect of having been shot with a macro lens. Secondly, increase the saturation and contrast in a way that the color looks like bright paint on a miniature model.

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About the author

Vailancio Rodrigues maintains a blog of his own, Technology Tips, which provides reviews, tips and tricks for various gadgets.

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