Create Your Own Tilt-Shift Photos!

You’ve seen some awesome shots of tilt-screen photography all around the web. Have you ever wanted to create your own? Well, you can and it’s free! Hop on over to TiltShiftMaker to make your own miniature world in a few easy steps. The above picture is taken from a trip my husband and I took last year to Santorini. Here’s the original below.

Here are some other great ones from people who uploaded their own photo:

Fenway Baseball Stadium




Las Vegas A few tips: Photos of scenes work much better. Close-up shots of one or more subjects rarely work well. Photos taken looking down at an angle to a scene often make good tilt-shift miniatures, because they have a good mix of objects at different distances. Now hop to it and show us your stuff! Or just check out their Flickr page for some inspiration, first. Tilt-shift photography

January 21, 2017

Fluttering Paper Birds Intricately Cut From Old Maps and Atlases

With vintage maps and aged atlases as her guides, London-based artist Claire Brewster crafts airy and ethereal avian cut-outs. Her colorful collection of paper birds play with negative space and silhouettes to illustrate the elegant aesthetic of birds in flight. Each figure features intricately carved feathers that appear to delicately flutter. With extended wings and alternating positions, the birds demonstrate the unique gestures of flying birds.

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January 20, 2017

Quirky Knit Gloves Reveal Unexpected Images When Placed Together

Istanbul-based Etsy shop Talking Gloves creates quirky knits with a picture-perfect twist. When placed side-by-side, the palms of each pair of cute gloves unexpectedly forms a single picture, putting a cozy and contemporary spin on the age-old diptych. Each pair of crafty gloves features two stitched designs: one on the left glove, and one on the right.

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