Imitating Perspective Control/Tilt-shift.


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calebk

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Not sure if anyone has ever tried this (or whether it even exists), but has anyone tried to imitate the effects of a Perspective Control (PC) or Tilt-shift lens through Photoshop?

Care to share possible methods?

Thanks.
 

ah.zeep

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Hi,

Not sure if anyone has ever tried this (or whether it even exists), but has anyone tried to imitate the effects of a Perspective Control (PC) or Tilt-shift lens through Photoshop?

Care to share possible methods?

Thanks.
I saw a thread on something like this some time back; searched and found this thread:
[thread=181926]Anyone here tried the "fake model" photography ?[/thread]

Also, how about this link:
Fake Model Photography
which will probably get referenced in the thread above.

HTH.
 

jmmtn4aj

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Photoshop has a filter to do this. It's under Distort > Lens Correction

Alternatively you can used third-party tools. I use Richard Rosenman's Lens Distortion Corrector.
 

iboey

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Thanks :)

The best tip i can give is that u must be in certain height to capture the base photos to make it look realistic as though u are standing up and looking at a architecture model.

If its the same eye level, it will not be realistic no matter how much lens distortion u apply to create the effect. :nono:
 

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