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Photographs that look like models


They look like miniature models but are real-scale photographs taken or digitally modified with a photographic technique called Tilt-shift or miniature faking . To obtain these images, professional photographers use so-called off-center lenses , which allow the lens to be moved or bent relative to the camera. However, it is also possible to simulate this effect via software by following this tutorial for Adobe Photoshop. Or if you prefer, you can achieve it more easily with the online editor Tilt Shift maker .












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