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    Tilt-shift photography: how to use 1 lens for 6 very different effects

    | Photography Tips | 30/10/2013 00:01am
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    Tilt-shift photography effects: 05 Sideways tilt

    Tilt-shift photography effects: 05 Sideways tilt

    Similar to the toy town effect, this relies on the extremely shallow depth of field, but instead of tilting the lens up you rotate it and tilt it to one side.

    This is perfect for shooting scenes where there are objects that are the same distance from the camera at either side of the frame.

    By tilting the lens sideways you can then throw the subject on one side of the frame out of focus, while keeping the subject on the opposite side sharp.

    PAGE 1 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 01 Correct converging verticals
    PAGE 2 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 02 Panoramic shots
    PAGE 3 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 03 Avoiding obstructions or reflections
    PAGE 4 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 04 Toy town effects
    PAGE 5 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 05 Sideways tilt
    PAGE 6 – Tilt-shift photography effects: 06 Increasing depth of field

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    Posted on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.

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