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Tilt-Shift Photography


This is an optically produced tilt-shift effect, shot from the 13th floor of a tower. To know more about the technique, you can read 'An Introduction to Tilt-Shift Photography' from the Digital Photography School.   

30 comments:

  1. wow ....good shot :)
    hope she knows u were shooting her !!

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    1. Permission was not sought. You can't get a candid photograph if your subject is conscious of being photographed. In this case,the subject should not have a reasonable expectation of privacy as this was shot in a public place.

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  2. Amazing , I love the colour and the effect

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  3. I love the effects of the angles and the blur around the sides.

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  4. Very beautiful photo,thank you for sharing!Enjoy your weekend!

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  6. Great shot..... The framing was perfect..........

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  7. Wow, thank you for introducing the tilt-shift technique and the cool photo at our party Shiju. I love to learn something new :)
    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Biti
    http://www.pret-a-vivre.com/2013/05/ready-to-waltz-its-party-time_16.html

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  8. A very interesting shot to take to focus on what is in the center but also how it slowly, outwardly blurs everything until it is a total blur. And to think it is all done with just tilting the camera at a certain angle. I hope the lady gets to somehow see this picture and yes when we are out in the public we are photographed all over the place nowadays so whether we like it or not we have lost our privacy. Although I think some of the younger people today like being on camera all the time and they put on shows for the cameras. Very sad thing indeed when they become violent.

    Thank you for sharing such a great picture for this weeks Theme Thursday, it shows a lot of creativity with a camera. I hope you have a wonderful week experimenting with different angles with your camera.

    God bless.

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  9. great photo, i try as many tricks i can with my faithful point-and-shoot - not sure of this trick though..

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  10. This is a fascinating technique. Great use of color.

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  11. That is interesting! I would love to have a nice busy public place to photograph people.

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  12. Intersting!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  13. Great shot - and thanks for the tutorial!

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  14. Good photo. Hope I get the chance to try tilt/shift.

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  15. quite interesting; a happy Tuesday to you


    much love...

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  17. Such an interesting image and technique. Great pic! Thank you for sharing it on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  18. I read the link. Alas! could not make much of it

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