How did all that detail fit into such a tiny scene?
Tilt-shift photography is a term that replicates miniature scenes using movements on small and medium format cameras. Many common camera’s don’t have the ability to “tilt” the image plane (getting the image sharp) or “shift” (adjust the position of the image) to achieve this blurry miniature effect.
This is done in present day photography through digital post-processing using programs such as Adobe Photoshop. Below are 11 excellent examples of tilt-shift photography at its finest.