Posted on 5/30/2010 12:55:00 AM
Follow the steps below to make your own tilt-shift photos.
Choose pictures that were taken from angle down.
Tilt-Shift photos has a shallow focus. To mimic this focus, simply use the Quick Mask in PhotoShop or the Select tool with a large Feather value. Use the Gaussian Blur filter or Lens Blur filter to blur the area that looks out of focus range.
Miniature models are painted with vivid color. To create an illusion of objects in the photos are painted objects, increase the Saturation and Contrast in the picture.
Depends on the output, you might also need to adjust the Curve, or the RBG color balance to obtain the optimize results.
Now you have your own Tilt-Shift photos.
The method same can be applied in making a Tilt-Shift video by speeding up the clip.
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