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    May I know what is that style that makes a photo looks like its a miniature or scale model?

    I want to learn how to do that but I forgot the name so very hard to google about it.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Default Re: Name of Technique/Style

    Commonly known as Tilt/Shift though the effect is achieved with Tilting a T/S lens. There are ways to mimic this effect in post editing too.

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    Either using a tilt shift lens, or u get get the effect via post processing, see link below


    http://www.visualphotoguide.com/tilt...iature-scenes/

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    Ok thanks.

    I notice that in PP, need to adjust the saturation and curve. Do i need to do the same thing if I use a Tilt/Shift lens in the first place?
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    Saturation and cirve adjustments are done based on personal preference regardless of whether a T/S lens is used or not.

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    If I want to do miniature-faking, am I rite to say that PP is necessary even if I use the T/S lens?

    Cos the lens by itself will not be able to give a miniature-faking effect in terms of colour and such, correct?
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    Default Re: Name of Technique/Style

    I've also been wondering how to get this effect..
    Now I got my answer..

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    Default Re: Name of Technique/Style

    Quote Originally Posted by andeelym View Post
    If I want to do miniature-faking, am I rite to say that PP is necessary even if I use the T/S lens?

    Cos the lens by itself will not be able to give a miniature-faking effect in terms of colour and such, correct?
    Its depends on a lot of factors, especially the quality of ambient lighting but in most cases, you do have to saturate the colours a bit for the model-like appearance since they usually are painted in more vibrant colours.

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    It is called Diorama in EP1/2

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    http://************/yfz58m4

    the first link got the name liao...haha
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