Exam Progress – Harry

Saturday, 16 March 2013
Exam Progress – Harry
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Miniature Effect With Tilt-Shift In Photoshop CS6

In this Photo Effects tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a miniature effect in Photoshop CS6 using its brand new Tilt-Shift blur filter. Tilt-shift camera lenses are often used with architecture photography to prevent perspective distortion, or with landscape or product photos to control the plane of focus, but they can also be used to make real life scenes look more like tiny miniature sets, transforming full size people, cars, buildings and so on into little mini versions of themselves. It works by creating a shallow depth of field, the kind you’d expect to see with macro photography, so your real life photo ends up looking more like a miniature scene shot up close with a macro lens.

Selective Focus and Tilt-Shift

In this Photoshop tutorial we will explore the basic technique and options for creating selective focus without the use of a macro lens or fast exposure and the Tilt-Shift effect created by large format cameras and 35mm cameras outfitted with a Tilt-Shift lens.

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