Monday, August 16, 2010
Posted by Lee Yuan Sheng in "Digital Home Articles & Resources" @ 01:00 PM
"Have you ever wondered how tilt-shift miniature photography works and why it looks so strangely convincing? Have you ever wanted to have a tilt-shift lens but couldn't afford the hundreds of dollars needed to buy one? Have you ever wanted to take real tilt-shift photos? Then this short introduction to tilt-shift photography and DIY tilt-shift lens building is probably for you."
Do you fancy those selective focus photos that make cityscapes and landscapes look like some miniature diorama? Well, it's achieved by using the tilt function in a tilt-shift lens, and here's an article to help you bash your own DIY project if you want to see what this fad is all about. It is becoming a bit of a cliché now (you know it's a cliché when Canon starts including it as an effect filter in their point-and-shoots), so don't overdo it!