Tilt-shift photography is a technique that's used to turn real-life scenes into model-like towns. You can create the effect in camera or, as many do, when you're back at your computer with your editing software
open. Below are 12 great examples of tilt-shift photography found in portfolios on ePHOTOzine. If you think you can do better, post your tilt-shift shot in our forum
. For more tips on shooting tilt-shift images, take a look at our article: Tilt Shift Photography Tips
The shot was taken from Edinburgh Castle, looking down at Princes Street.
More Tiny Houses by DRicherby
Taken in San Francisco from Twin Peaks.
Huddersfield by m4rtys
This shot was taken from Castle Hill, looking down into Almondbury, Huddersfield.
Tiny Little Houses by DRicherby
Taken in San Francisco, on a little walk at dusk, after Thanksgiving dinner.
Betws-y-Coed train station.
Miniature M62 by m4rtys
View of the M62 in Huddersfield.
This shot was taken at the Mcar show at the Kings Hall in Belfast.
Small Skiers by stuvine
Taken on the ski slopes.
Roger's first attempt at Tilt-shift photography.
Shot overlooking Mirfield Boat Yard, Navigation Tavern and Lock Restaurant, having been given the tilt-shift treatment.
Mini Mountains (II) by DRicherby
This is Estes Park, Colorado, a bustling little resort town at the foot of the Rockies.
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