Tilt-shift has been around in analog photography for years, but a crop of iPhone apps that simulate the effect has led to some great iPhotography experiments. I am sure you are all familiar with classic tilt-shift photos that make cityscapes look like toy towns with “fake miniature” people and vehicles.
While surfing the net, I found some amazing photos that make use of the shallow depth of field to great effect and are iPhone made!
So, take a look and enjoy!
|Delaware & Paulinskill by Robert Yaskovic|
Fly fisherman Robert Yaskovic mixes black and white and color in this effective diptych.
|Catzilla by Sherry Chen|
The tilt-shift effect helps make "Catzilla" look even more otherworldly in Sherry Chen's fun photo.
|Not a Train by !Phone|
Captured at the Durango & Silverton narrow gauge railway, this photo looks like it could have been a snap of a toy train set.
|Up or Down by Sascha Unger|
Up or Down by Sascha Unger
This picture was taken at the "Kunsthaus Tacheles," a former department store in Berlin. Perspective and a narrow band of focus combine to create an arresting shot.
|The Diver by Max Berkowitz|
Max Berkowitz can congratulate himself on superb timing, grabbing this shot at the perfect moment. The tilt-shift adds a summery haze to the image.
|Ready to Seat by Scott Williams|
A little cross-processing and some tilt-shift wizardry turn an everyday, ordinary setting into an extraordinary image.
|Stoneridge Mall by Stephen Hollingsworth|
The Stoneridge Mall in Pleasanton, California is here transformed by tilt-shift.
|Anticipation by Max Berkowitz|
Max Berkowitz has focussed on the boy's face for a striking picture that captures a split second in time.
This is not all.. If you enjoyed viewing the iPhone made Tilt-Shiftphotos, you can find more here.