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A Model of the Real World

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I was playing around today with a website called "Tiltshift Maker." Tilt shifting is a photography method which plays with the tilt of the camera and focus. It can be used to create selective focus pictures, which appear to be photos of miniatures, even though they are real.

The website allows you to use software to get this same effect. I tried a number of photos from my various trips over the years, but I think these are the best three of them. Enjoy.

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Monaco Grand Prix, May 2009

Monaco Grand Prix, May 2009


Nice, France beach, May 2009

Nice, France beach, May 2009


Arsenal's Emirates Field, November 2009

Arsenal's Emirates Field, November 2009

Posted by GregW 06:20 Archived in England Tagged photography

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