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    Quote Originally Posted by etegration View Post
    he meant the bottom right men.
    haha... i didn't know they were 'fighting'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prismatic View Post
    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
    The Bitter Girls blog has some of the most impressive miniature work I've seen. Great link.

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    wow ... has anyone in CS tried to do what bitter girls had achieved with the TS lens? care to post and share?

    wonder if the bitter girls did any post-processing to their photos? really interesting!

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    Wow! This is really cool! Never heard of this technique before. Tried it out myself on some vacation pics from HK:



    Is it convincing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taiwanapurasteve View Post
    The Bitter Girls blog has some of the most impressive miniature work I've seen. Great link.
    yup, been visiting bitter girls photo for quite some time, have to say its really amazing and inspiring. wonder how many high rise building he/she had been to to have this large collection.

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    experiment with a picture of an excavator, my 10 yrs older brother thought it was a toy!

    http://blinksite.blogspot.com/2006_1...e_archive.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack_low View Post
    yup, been visiting bitter girls photo for quite some time, have to say its really amazing and inspiring. wonder how many high rise building he/she had been to to have this large collection.
    The blog owner is Jyune 樹音, it's a he. ^^
    Recently, he just held an exihibition of his works in Tokyo. He's got some really nice work, including a series of pictures just of bubbles in his bathtub.

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    Sounds fun! Me using Photoshop 7...

    My newbie attempt:
    Last edited by Youhong; 15th November 2006 at 11:10 PM.
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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    nice tech

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    one more try. took this last night and CS2 it...


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    Very nice. Pics really look miniaturized

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    Cool, great job guys.

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    i can't get it done, i followed every single step but once i get to the lens blur part, it blurs out the entire picture rather than keeping a selected area in focus.... anyone knows what have i done wrong?

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    my try on fake model photography
    haha... interesting and fun to play with

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    There are certain rules in using the right photos, for example shooting down from an angle. U look at toys models from top not almost eye level that kind of height Below is one of my tilt and shift collection

    Last edited by iboey; 8th January 2007 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReiszRie View Post
    i can't get it done, i followed every single step but once i get to the lens blur part, it blurs out the entire picture rather than keeping a selected area in focus.... anyone knows what have i done wrong?
    I think one of the steps in the tutorial is wrong, you have to invert your selections from quick mask mode. So that the subjects you want in focus IS NOT selected.

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    Awesome stuff!

    I've seen these effects in the NatGeo mag (August 2006 issue). To get those effects, the photographer used a view camera, an Ektar lens, probably with a shallow DOF.

    You can see the pics here: http://www7.nationalgeographic.com/n...re1/index.html

    Thanks for sharing the photoshop method, a much more cost-effective approach indeed

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    Are these ok?



    Every Photo Speaks for its Photographer. 开心就好。
    I wanna be the no.1 GWC !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yilishengxian View Post
    Are these ok?



    The first pic is nice at least the focus is on the bridge but pic 2 is off. the sky and the focus ?

    One of the good tilt and shift rule is try to avoid photos with alot of skies...coz model dun have skies...hehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by iboey View Post
    The first pic is nice at least the focus is on the bridge but pic 2 is off. the sky and the focus ?

    One of the good tilt and shift rule is try to avoid photos with alot of skies...coz model dun have skies...hehehe
    Hmmm well, for the 2nd image, I was trying to keep the focus on the war memorial (which is on the left) and the reason which made me leave the sky there is because the models can have backdrops .
    Every Photo Speaks for its Photographer. 开心就好。
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