• And last, but certainly not least, here is my favorite video that employs the use of tilt/shift. The Sandpit by Sam O’Hare is pretty much just like Coachelletta (or rather Coachelletta is just like The Sandpit […]

  • Okay, so I’ve talked about a couple of videos for a while now but haven’t really done anything about it. Well… here it is. This video, Coachelletta, is… well… it’s just plain awesome. I mean, it’s kind of hard to explain the thing using other, lesser words. Just… take a look at it. You’ll enjoy this, […]

  • ThumbnailAlright, so it’s about time that I actually talk about how this stuff works – the ways it’s used, the desired effects, how it is accomplished, etc. So let’s get on with it. The first application of tilt/shift I’m going to talk about is the shift feature of the lens. This is a feature that is […]

  • Alright, so I wasn’t really sure what I should do for a soundscape-type-deal for photography. All I could really think of was some sort of sound collage made from camera sounds, and an added city soundscape seeing as how tilt/shift is often used in urban settings for either miniature art or architectural photography. Here is […]

  • ThumbnailOkay, so here’s a little info graphic I did. I figured that, since this is a photography blog (of sorts), I’d get some info on large cities and see how often they are tagged in photos. So the info is taken from Flickr’s all time most popular tags (via a post on LIFE.com). It was originally […]

  • ThumbnailHere’s another little thing I did for this project before I fully understood the assignment. This one’s actually got a little bit of color. Hope you enjoy it! The idea behind this was to do a logo without any vowels kind of like MSTRKRFT (Masterkraft) and MGMT (The Management). I just thought it would be fun […]

  • Ewing, Robert wrote a new post, Logos /, on the site Tilt / Shift 10 years, 9 months ago

    ThumbnailSo here are a few things I drew up in Adobe Illustrator to possibly be logos for the blog. I like the font I chose for my initials, but what I like even more about it is the fact that I connected the letters together in an interesting way. The circular thing is supposed to be […]

  • Ewing, Robert commented on the post, Shot / One, on the site Tilt / Shift 10 years, 9 months ago

    Haha! Yeah, I’ve seen this tutorial and others like it on YouTube and such. Only problem is I don’t have an extra lens lying around that I can glue to a cut up plunger. Thanks for the heads up though. If you see anything else similar to this, send it my way.

  • Ewing, Robert commented on the post, Shot / One, on the site Tilt / Shift 10 years, 9 months ago

    Thanks! I’m hopefully going to be doing this stuff more frequently.

  • Here’s a friendly little slide show of a few little tilt/shift images I happen to find quite interesting. ┬áJust click on the images to advance them faster.

  • ThumbnailSo here’s a quick little attempt I made at creating a tilt/shift-ish photo. So pretty much all I did was this: I created a quick mask, used the gradient tool (foreground to background) to select a portion of the image I wanted to be in focus, and then applied a lens blur to the top and […]

  • ThumbnailHere are a couple of pictures from what is currently my favorite example of tilt/shift photography. In my opinion, Sam O’Hare’s The Sandpit is the perfect combination (sort of, you’ll see what I mean by that when I post the entire video later on) of two things I really enjoy: tilt/shift photography and stop motion animation. Though […]

  • ThumbnailHere is yet another picture I’ve been wanting to upload in all of it’s full, un-cropped glory. Je vous presente, mois… uh… I don’t know the French word for ‘header.’ But here it is. As with the background image I posted earlier, the color, light, and shadows are all a bit more intense in this version […]

  • ThumbnailHere is a photo I’ve been wanting to show for quite a while now – pretty much since the first day I started doing this. It is the image that you all know as my background. It’s one of my favorite pictures and it’s a pretty great example of tilt/shift done well. You might notice that […]

  • ThumbnailHere is my collage. I had quite a bit of trouble uploading this for whatever reason. Flickr wasn’t happy with me I guess. And, in turn, my blog wasn’t happy with Flickr.

  • ThumbnailSo I guess the concept behind this not-so-great photo I made in PhotoShop is that Tilt/Shift photography is often known or described as “miniature faking.”

  • Yeah! It’s awesome! It’s called ‘Coachelletta’ and it’s by Sam O’hare (I think that’s how you spell his name). I’ll be featuring that video at some point, as well as another of Sam’s videos called ‘The Sandpit.’ I think I might like ‘The Sandpit’ even more than ‘Coachelletta.’

  • This looks cool man. I enjoy me some good street art.

  • ThumbnailMy intent is to create a blog based solely on the art of tilt/shift photography. Its ins and outs, ups and downs, side to sides, and the like. Because tilt/shift is not a new art-form, this may end up being centered on my adventures and endeavors into the art of tilt/shift. The first half of this […]

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