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
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© Tommy McDermott Photograph by Tommy McDermott, (portfolio) Location: Boyne Cable Bridge, County Louth, Ireland (google maps) (wiki) Date: 2011 Camera: Nikon D80 (Amazon) Focal Length: 20mm Aperture: f/22 ISO/Film: 160 Shutter Speed: 25 sec Tripod: Yes Note: Tommy McDermott captured this photo on the Boyne Cable Bridge in Ireland. The bridge has one elevated
© Benjamin Becker Photograph by Benjamin Becker, benijamino.de Location: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, New York Date: January 3, 2012 Camera: Canon EOS 50D Focal Length: 12mm Aperture: f/5 ISO/Film: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/2000 sec Note: Benjamin Becker took this shot on the pedestrian path of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City (wiki link).
©Dominik Kvarda Photograph by Dominik Kvarda, Padox.500px.com Location: Bratislava, Slovakia Date: September 12, 2011 Camera: Canon EOS 7D Focal Length: 100mm Aperature: f/2.8 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/1250 sec Note: Dominik Kvarda took this photo of a “superhero” on a street bridge in Bratislava, Slovakia. The subject didn’t have no easy route to climb onto the