Tilt-Shift photography is a miniatures faking technique. You will question whether they are objects or locations in real life or in miniature-scale model. Then, they are called as tilt-shift pictures. Usually, photographers love to play this trick on architectures, vehicles and people.
This type of optical illusion can be created through Photoshop or other photo editing programs. You, in order to produce closer-to-real tilt-shift pictures, will have to manipulate color saturation and contrast. Do you notice color painting for miniatures is usually bright and vivid? So now you are changing the intensity of those colors. Moreover, blurring some regions to focus on one certain area will enhance the tilt-shift photography effect. A photographer might worry about the originality of tilt-shift pictures. As if relying on too much digital processing, as what is in photographers’ terms, the photo is not “organic”.
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