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    A First Attempt At A *Fake* Tilt & Shift



    Here is my first attempt at a *fake* tilt and shift. I figure after blowing nearly CAD3000 on my last piece of glass, I could get away with some digital editing to give me that feel of a tilt and shift lens since I'm officially broke - LOL!.


    These are default settings via Photoshop.....so.......concerns/comments/critique...I'm open to all suggestions, thanks


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    Re: A First Attempt At A *Fake* Tilt & Shift



    When I see it, I don't think tilt shift. I think the effect needs to be exaggerated a bit more.

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    Re: A First Attempt At A *Fake* Tilt & Shift



    I sort of see it, but it's not pronounced. I think the effect works better if there's a more defined subject (e.g. a closer shot of one of the boats), and/or with both foreground and background elements blurred out.

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    Re: A First Attempt At A *Fake* Tilt & Shift



    Quote Originally Posted by neuroanatomist
    ...and/or with both foreground and background elements blurred out.

    That was my thought exactly.

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