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Tilt-Shift Photography – 80+ Beautiful Examples, Tutorials and More | Ultimate Guide

29 Mag/09


via wikipedia

Tilt-shift photography is a method of photography that utilizes tilt-shift lenses to overcome the restrictions of depth of field and perspective that normal lenses provide. A tilt-shift lens allows for the rotation of lens against the image plane (tilt), as well as the movement of lens along the image plane (shift). By applying Scheimpflug principle, tilt-shift photography is able to obtain a very shallow depth of field using tilt and a large aperture.

Tilt-shift miniature faking is one of the most popular applications of tilt-shift photography. This is a process in which a photographer manipulates the angle of a tilt-shift lens to distort the focus of a scene to be captured by the camera, thereby creating an illusionary depth of field usually produced by macro lenses. This makes the particular scene appear smaller than it truly is.

Due to the popularity of tilt-shift miniature faking, it is often misunderstood to be synonymous with the tilt-shift photography method itself. In reality, there are other effects that can be achieved from this method. For instance, tilt-shifting is widely used to capture architectural scenes because of its unique ability to remove perspective in photos and manipulate the plane of focus.

We present here 60 cool examples of tilt-shift photography for your reference.

Tilt-Shift Photography

Nakayan’s tilt-shift Tokyo 箱庭日比谷線
by pinboke_planet

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Eiffel Tilt-Shift II
by ArnarBi

Tikal Miniature
by roevin

Vatican Stairs
by Toshio

Oregon State Beavers Tilt-Shift Miniature
by wikipedia.com</p>

Mini-cars on a mini-street
by nahadef

Miniature living room
by countlazarus

Tilt-shift crossroads
by ochmonek

Tilt-shift house
by pernillep

School Walk
by hello hayley

Dirt bikes race start
by wakeboy

New York City Miniature
by Daniele Pesaresi

Real world in miniature: Construction site
by Super tourist

Street in Downtown LA
by CFrancisco

Small Worlds at the Technisches Museum Vienna
by bre pettis

Tilt Loader
by entropy462

Real Macro
by deMiguel

Landschaft30
by Matthias Focks

Mini Traffic
by Studio Skitz (Steven Hsieh)

Toy train
by rolohauck

Two-Bump
by cityshrinker

Kid’s store
by Stevo Arnold

Clock tower
by Rolo Hauck

Houses on a slope
by mcsixth

Bigrig
by Hamish D. Grant

Canal Grande
by jjjohn

River boat on the Mississippi
by djnekokittie

Tilt Shift – Puente del Inca, Mendoza, Argentina
by Al Zuwaga

Vegas mini six
by californiabirdy

Tilt-shift ─ Jhongjhu Port
by Yueh-Hua 2009

old_city-hall_sheraton
by wvs

Peering into the Miniascape
by rawheadrex

The Corniche in Muscat Oman
by Eric Lafforgue

Southern Cross Station
by JamesDPhotography

Small houses
by H� Nim</p>

Small People
by ChristofferEngström

serralves 08
by ronyjux

Harvard Book Store – Tilt Shift
by Carmel Kozlov

Man in the woods
by Cheapshooter.com

More Tilt-Shift Photos

Can’t get enough of these amazing tilt-shift photographs? Here are more:

Tilt-shift lenses (D.I.Y)

Not surprisingly, tilt-shift lenses can be quite expensive, costing $1000 and above. Here are some alternative methods you can go for:

Tilt-Shift With Adobe Photoshop

If tilt-shift lens is not within your budget at this time, how about some Photoshopping to get your photo to look really tilt-shifted.

Further Readings on Tilt-Shift Photography

Here are some other articles and links about tilf-shifting photography you might be interested in:

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