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Small Skiers

By stuvine  
Thought i'd try something a little fun for a change. So had a go at "tilt Shift" processing in Photoshop. This is my 1st attempt from following some guidelines on the net. Let me have your thought on this one please.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Digital art Landscape and travel

Voters: BERTRAM, VIKI, mrswoolybill and 8 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
21 May 2009 8:33AM
Very strange, definitely gives the effect of a model village scene.

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cats_123 Plus
14 4.8k 28 Northern Ireland
21 May 2009 9:12AM
cleverly done, interesting results
DRicherby 9 269 725 United Kingdom
21 May 2009 9:56AM
An excellent choice of photograph for this treatment. The slightly raised angle, harsh lighting and long shadows definitely enhance the model effect. I think you've made the band of focus a little too narrow, though, and perhaps a little inconsistent.

The group of people on the right are in focus, as is the tall guy on the left. So the expectation is that everything between those two points should also be in focus in particular, that collection of skis stuck in the snow towards the middle of the picture. At the moment, you have to hunt a bit to find the in-focus parts.

But this is a great first attempt. It's great fun to produce shots like this and they come out looking very cool. I look forward to seeing a few more! Smile
Uppercut 11 1 Norway
21 May 2009 5:31PM
TS is always fun!
good attempt at this technique!
I would have loved parts of the machine to be in focus as well, which would have enhanced the effect even more.
but good work, expecially as a first timer at this!
ZX1400 11 United Kingdom
29 May 2009 8:32PM
Great result and fun picture as well.

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