I have not yet lost my newfound fascination for tilt shifting. I’ve been searching through my photos for more candidates as well as looking for Flickr photos with Creative Commons licenses (that means you’re legally allowed to modify and republish as long as you cite the original source) to play around with. Here are the results of my recent efforts.
Colindres Pequeño â€“ This one is a little too far away to see the tilt shift effect. Even in the larger version.
Laredo Beach â€“ This one is only a little better. Again, it’s better in the larger version.
Golden Gate Bridge â€“ As if you weren’t sure what this was a photo of. This one definitely looks miniature in the larger version.
This is a pan around the city of Copenhagen, a city very dear to my heart. The original panorama was taken by Henrik Johansen. Since the panorama was so large, I had the idea to use the Ken Burns effect to move the camera around the image. I’m quite pleased with the result.
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