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Tilt-shift photography refers to the use of camera movements on small and medium format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt ...
Not all photos can give the right miniature effect. When choosing photos one must remember the following: 1) Choose a picture that was taken from a ...
Open up your chosen image via Photoshop. In my case, I used CS4.
After opening the image to your Photoshop press on "Q" to enable Quick Mask Mode.
After pressing "Q" you may then press "G" to enable Gradient. Choose the Reflected Gradient for the miniature effect.
After enabling "Gradient," draw a vertical line on the picture. After drawing a vertical line, a reddish color gradient should appear which will mark...
After determining the focus and subject of your picture, press on "Q" again to exit Quick Mask Mode and go back to Standard Mode. Clicking on this wi...
After exiting the Quick Mode, go to Filter Blur Lens Blur.
Adjust the radius until you reached the desired output and press on "OK." In my case, I adjusted the radius until 40.
Press CTRL-D on the keyboard to remove the marching ants selection boundary.
Once done with the focus, you need to enhance the saturation of your image. To achieve miniature effect, most of the time, saturation of the images a...
You also may want to adjust the contrast. To do this just go to Image Adjustments Curves. Experiment on the curves until you reached the desired ou...
I wanted to try something with bridges but I don't have photos of bridges taken from above so I borrowed this to try and see how it would look like. O...
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