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What do you think of this fake tilt-shift effect?
I quite like it, but there's something about it which doesn't quite fit and I can't put my finger on it. I think it might be the plane of focus you've chosen, but hey, I still like it.
Looks like a model/miniature train.
@BigCol - I will admit to it not being as convincing as some of my others. I think the presence of the people detracts from the intended effect, and perhaps I needed to be a bit higher up when taking the original shot...
Thanks for your comments.
I like it too, think you are right about the people. It's strange seeing Betws like that
I do like the tilt-shift look, it adds a fun element to shots. I agree that the people look slightly odd for a TS. Often the people in these shots are so much smaller, but these have detail and there pose is very human which halts the effect of a model village. But I guess you couldn't shout across and ask them to stand model like The rest of the shot is true 00 gauge.
Wow, great work, had to look twice, to see that wasn't a model
Excellent Tilt work with superb results - I really like the effects you can get with this
This really works well, the composition really does look like a miniature scene
This is a really cool pic. Thanks epz for tweeting it. I feel I may have some new projects coming on
Probably the best in the article - I certainly like it better than mine!
Thanks for the comments and thanks to epz for including it in the tilt-shift article.
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