Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Tilt-Shift Simulation of a Bridge in Rome, Italy.


I've been playing with some Tilt-Shift Photography simulations in Photoshop.  Andrew Broekhuijsenfirst showed them to me.  I thought they were actual photographs of minitures.  They are incredible.  If you have a chance go over and take a look.

After a few attempts, I came up with this one from our trip to Rome.

These are a lot of fun.

7 comments:

Andrew said...

Fantastic! Great shot in the first place, and it made a superb tilt-shift.

Rebecca said...

What a fun concept. I saw the original blogger's post that you drew your inspiration from. I agree, this is an ideal photo for the technique. It looks great. I tried it with one from the Michigan football game but just didn't get a warm fuzzy from it. Going to troll back through some old photos and see if I can find any to make it work.

This is really fantastic.

PERBS said...

I thought I ahd left a comment here but apparantly not. . . your photo tilt shift is an interesting concept and you used a great photo to demonstrate it!

Thanks or the link to my blog for the bench in Portland, Maine. I loved it!

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

holy crap that is cool! im gonna check out that link

Chelle said...

Very nicely executed!

Andrey Dorokhov said...

Great shot!

AnSa said...

..Wow! ..lovely and amazing picture !