Friday, July 17, 2009

Tilt photography...


Tilt-shift photography is a method of photography that utilizes tilt-shift lenses to overcome the restrictions of depth of field and perspective that normal lenses provide. A tilt-shift lens allows for the rotation of lens against the image plane (tilt), as well as the movement of lens along the image plane (shift). By applying Scheimpflug principle, tilt-shift photography is able to obtain a very shallow depth of field using tilt and a large aperture. 

Nakayan's tilt-shift Tokyo 箱庭日比谷線
by pinboke_planet

Eiffel Tilt-Shift II
by ArnarBi

Tikal Miniature
by roevin

Vatican Stairs
by Toshio

Kid's store
by Stevo Arnold

Clock tower
by Rolo Hauck

Houses on a slope
by mcsixth

Canal Grande
by jjjohn

River boat on the Mississippi
by djnekokittie

Tit-shift ─ Jhongjhu Port
by Yueh-Hua 2009

by wvs

Peering into the Miniascape
by rawheadrex

The Corniche in Muscat Oman
by Eric Lafforgue

Small houses
by Hờ Nim</p>

Small People
by ChristofferEngström

serralves 08
by ronyjux


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