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Tilt-shift photography

My first attempt at Tilt-shift photography. This is an optically produced effect to simulate a miniature scene. Location: A bus station in Kottayam, Kerala.
Posted under Ruby Tuesday, Mellow Yellow Monday #119 and

43 comments:

  1. Good job! Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

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  2. Wonderful shot! I love the miniature red buses :) I'm seeing quite a few photographers trying this out especially after the iPhone app was introduced. What did you use to get the effect?

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  3. Wow keep up the good work...Happy GM!

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  4. Very nice photo, Shiju. I'd like to be traveling on one of those buses!

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  5. Wow, nice shot yours all pictures is magnificent, keep up the superb work.

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  6. Hi, good shot & nice pic. yours work is too good thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wonderful shot. Plz write a bit about the technique also and how you got the effect. It will be a good info for beginners like me.

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  8. Very nice edit! I'm into tilt-shift too and I like this one that you made.

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  9. Gorgeous!

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  10. Very amazing shot!! Love how the colors pop out!

    Red Barn

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  11. Very pretty!

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  12. that is a cool effect sis. it looks miniature even though its real. Hope you can visit my Green Monday page too.

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  13. Dropping by here again sis, Please visit my Ruby Tuesday here.

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  14. love the capture, galing

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  15. Cool effect it is. Green looks so good.
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    shilpa

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  16. It works. I thought at first I was seeing a toy train station type setting but the trees looked so life like I realized it must be real.

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  17. Ooh, love! Totes obsessed with tilt shift. Great first attempt:)

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  18. How neat! I am unfamiliar with the technique but I love the look.

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  19. Visiting from Natural Parents Network & Momma Jorje!

    That is absolutely AMAZING! I've jotted down the style so I can research it. At first glance I thought this WAS a miniature. :-D

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  20. I was sure the photo was a miniature until I read the caption so very well done! Then I remembered seeing buses of that color when I visited Kerala. I went to Atipotha to visit a friend's family a few years ago.

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  21. I thought it was a little toy town, and the buses were harmonicas. lol Thanks for sharing. Following you.

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  22. Very cool! I, too, thought those were true miniatures before I read your description. Very nicely done.

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  23. I love this kind of photography, you did a fantastic job!

    -The Green Momma

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  24. I love it! The buses look like little tiny toys!

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  25. I love the miniature scene. Lovely picture.

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  26. your first attempt is a success. initially I thought this was a photo of toys. nice job! happy SWF, and have a great weekend.

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  27. Nice colourful picture:) congrats!

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  28. Wow, that's really nice picture. Thanks for joining us. Hope to see you again next week.


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  29. good job... its got a nice feel to it!

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  30. I like to work with tilt-shift. It can make a normal photo to something special. Very good shot. :)

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