June 15th, 2006
|11:44 pm - Little People at the Airport|
Seattle Tacoma International Airport
15 June 2006
Processed using a fake tilt shift technique. I think it's called "tilt shift" in reference to a bellows camera taking a macro photograph of a model. Picture links to 1000x665 pixel version.
That picture is REALLY awesome!
Awesome job, Luke! Very good composition, and I love the tilt shift effect.
is it gauche if I say I had to squint to make sure the people weren't toys?
Not at all gauche. Even after reading how to do it, seeing a number of before and after shots, knowing how it's done, I still get fooled by it. Yeah!
Splendid! Really excellent - I still keep wondering what model-maker had been brave enough to choose such realistic poses and talented enough to sculpt them. (Pull the other leg - it's got bells on it! Thanks for the fun mind-play!)
|Date:||June 16th, 2006 01:08 pm (UTC)|| |
How Do Dey Do Dat?
I've been seeing these photos around, but I hadn't understood how it really works. cool!
Not a macro technique, rather an effect acheived by tilting the film plane in relation to the lens. Explanation of tilt and shift and other view camera techniques here
Thanks for the information, I appreciate it.