Optical Illusions – 12 Tilt-Shift Miniature Faking Photos

Talk about trippy. These are not miniature models, they are actual life size objects. Tilt-Shift miniature faking is a creative technique whereby a photograph of a life-size location or object is manipulated to give an optical illusion of a photograph of a miniature scale model. Most faked tilt-shift photographs are taken from a high angle to further simulate the effect of looking down on a miniature. The technique is particularly effective on buildings, cars, trains and people.

TiltShiftPhotography.net

Glenn Carlson

Alex

mcsixth

B Tal

Bockstark

Wjm0139

Rolo Hauck

Stevo Arnold Note: Flickr user in italics. Courtesy of Spoonfeed and TiltShiftPhotography.net



December 8, 2016

11 Hi-Tech Gifts to Make Life More Fun and Beautiful

As technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, it’s found a place in nearly everyone’s life. If you’re looking for the perfect gift this holiday, digital devices and great gadgets are the place to start. From the world traveler to the health conscious to the kid at heart, we’ve found products that utilize modern technology in exciting ways.

Read Article


December 8, 2016

Sculptural Dragon Ornaments Protect Colorful Baubles Like Their Own Eggs

Earlier this year, we marveled at Aelia Petro‘s mystical dragon jewelry that wraps around your neck as if you were Daenerys Targaryen. Since delighting us with those fantastical accessories, Petro has continued to craft the creatures. Now, they’re ready for the holidays as dragon ornaments that cling to baubles and bulbs. Not only are they ready to celebrate with you, but they’re on a mission, too.

Read Article


Get Our Weekly Newsletter