Tilt Shift photography

I have no idea how it works but its awesome! These are all real people and cars and what not.




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  • dreed34
  • December 12, 2010, 7:15 am
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    These are pretty cool. A tilt/shift lens has something to do with the perspective, I think. I've not had chance to use one, but I know my college has one I'd love to use. :)

    Good post +3.

    • SuDoku
    • December 12, 2010, 7:27 am
    i thought it was done by blurring the outside of the lens or something? i remember reading that you can do it by using Vaseline on the side of the lens and shooting at a skewed angle. don't take my word on this you know you're way better at this stuff than i am xD
    - 24paperwings September 25, 2011, 6:54 am
    I kind of know how it works now!
    We looked at them on Friday, it alters the perspective and is used mainly in architectural photography so that the viewpoint is correct, because when you take a photo of a building with a standard lens there can be distortion and the edges of the building might not be parallel to the edge of the frame, a tilt shift lens corrects it :)
    - SuDoku September 25, 2011, 7:41 am
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    Yeah, it has to do with rotation of the lens and movement parallel to the image plane or something like that.

    • dreed34
    • December 12, 2010, 7:32 am
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    some look real, but others look totally like cartoonish. Its amazing how far technology has come.

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    looks fake!!!!!!!!!! lolz but nice pics maybe i should try to do one of my school

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    You can do this with photoshop, just gotta do a gradient and set the focus with the gradient.

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    oh for real? Then why would anybody buy the really expensive lens?

    • dreed34
    • December 17, 2010, 8:57 am
    Use the reply button, bottom right. The (short version) reason is: PS is fake. Condensed long version: Using an actual lens slightly alters the light's characteristics, which made some of the above pictures seem cartoonish. With a program, you just blur out most of the picture, making it look like the lens was smudged.
    - iGreenDay September 25, 2011, 5:11 am
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