Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by quack, 10 Jun 2007.
Not entering this one, but I had a go at tilt shifting one of my other pics.
Looks like a model.
Yeah, that's sorta the point of tilt-shifting. I know it's not the best example of the technique but it's my 1st attempt.
Similar to what I'm planning, going down to see the steam train at Bo'ness next week.
I like the first one best, however, I would straighten the horizon and boost the contrast and saturation just a little.
Tilt shifting is fun.. this was also my first attempt and it was also for a train!
lol now that looks like a model
That tunnel is in my village, so we get to hear the trains chugging along the line a few times a day. It's pretty cool.
I'm going to head down to the station at Horsted Keynes on the weekend of the 23rd and 24th when they'll have Thomas the Tank Engine and friends visiting. See if I can get any better pics. Link
Edit: Removed my 2nd pic, and updated the 1st. Any better yodasarmpit?
Did you do the tilt shift physically or with photoshop?
Because everyone has a tilt-plane camera, right? Right?
you don't need a tilt-plane camera.
but then again you can also get a similar effect (sorta) through post-processing
I used the Photoshop tutorial Fod posted above.
And I thought I was "1337" because I had a 5 megapixel camera in 2003...
I have never heard of tilt-shifting in my life. Seems I have a lot to learn.
Likewise, but it's cool
And I assume it's used to make a model a bit more lifelike?
Quite the opposite - it's used to make life a little more model-like
Ah....that would be more difficult.
Well you can forget me going down to Horsted Keynes today. The weather is atrocious. I don't fancy getting completely soaked just to get a photo. I doubt the lighting would be any good either... not with those clouds.
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