Minimize Your Life with Tilt Shift Photography

by Matthew Heidenreich

on July 28, 2010

in Inspiration

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“Tilt-shift photography” refers to the use of camera movements on small- and medium-format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt for selective focus, often for simulating a miniature scene.  This trick is becoming very popular and has made its way into the mainstream in print advertisements, as well as commercials.  In this post I will share with you 49 examples of tilt photography that make good use of its clever illusion.

A Miniature Dip

Colorama (video)

Full Tilt Boogie

It’s a Miniature World Part 2

It’s a Small World

Little Lands

Little World

Mini Istanbul

Miniature Florida

Miniature Pumpkins

Minimize / Andorra

Minimize Lisbon

Moroc

ROME in my Pocket

Spiritual Altitudes

The Little Things

Tilt Shift

Tilt Shift Photography

Tilt Shift Riederalp

Tiny Tokyo

Toy Docks

Viajes en Tilt Shift

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About Matthew Heidenreich

Currently an Art Director in St. Louis Missouri.