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    Default Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    Got this link from dpreview, i dun have CS to try.

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    u can do it in your camera with a tilt and shift lens.

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    It does give me some ideal. Very nice and thanks

    Yeah, but the lens are quite ex.

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    Thanks for finding this link I didn't really wanna go spend on a tilt and shift. Although I do know LensBaby is a cheaper alternative.

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    someone try liao can post some "models" of our Singapore city ?

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    90mm will give you very pronounced effects

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    have some old ones here http://www.pbase.com/oeyvind/smt (with TS-E 90mm) and http://www.pbase.com/oeyvind/thaipusam06 (with LensBaby 2.0)
    Last edited by oeyvind; 5th March 2006 at 06:17 PM.

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    The original thread from dpreview.

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    had a little free time, tots it interesting.. gave it a try.. not sure if the original pic i chose was good enough though...

    something like this?



    I just kinda followed everything on the weblink...

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    what the author of the website was trying to do is to mimic a "macro" zoom on a miniture landscape. thus creating a fine line of clearer details across the whole picture while blurring the rest.

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    Lol..got some nice results with some photos..quite amusing..haha
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    Here's my try..




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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    You can check The Bitter Girls blog.
    The owner has some very nice shots of scenes in Japan as well as other photography works.
    http://blog.so-net.ne.jp/photolog/archive/c22183

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prismatic
    You can check The Bitter Girls blog.
    The owner has some very nice shots of scenes in Japan as well as other photography works.
    http://blog.so-net.ne.jp/photolog/archive/c22183
    thanks for the link, i almost feel like godzilla looking at the buildings..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    Here's my try..




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    my try for local scene.. complete with cars and baots
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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    my try for local scene.. complete with cars and baots
    very nice.

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    Default Re: Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?

    think i'm getting addicted to this.. this is fun! hahah



    thanks scud and hua luo han..

    didn't take more than 5 mins to do! the longest time spent was digging for this old photo
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    Wasn't a good picture to start with, but I guess the effects were there. It was fun~


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