14 Cool Examples of Tilt-Shift Photography

Tilt-Shift photography is a type of photography that uses special lens to achieve a selective focus to create, in most cases, a miniature look to your scene. It’s like you have set up your favorite toys and took a photograph….its really amazing. Tilt-Shift can also be achieved through post processing of your photograph. We have an easy Photoshop tutorial here that will teach you how to produce this effect without the use of special equipment.

This collection is from our community portfolio. Please enjoy and let us know what you think about tilt-shift photography.

toon_ee

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Claus Jørstad

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Sweetsop

Tilt-Shift Photography


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petparazzi

Tilt-Shift Photography


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phibo

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Claus Jørstad

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Desiree_Elaine

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Steve Stanger

Tilt-Shift Photography


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edwardconde

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Daniel Bettencourt

Tilt-Shift Photography


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PhotosTakenbyAnthony

Tilt-Shift Photography


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kenhurstphoto

Tilt-Shift Photography


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Pa Scal

Tilt-Shift Photography


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photo_gratis

Tilt-Shift Photography


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What Our Readers have to say

  1. Thanks for the mention!

  2. toon_ee’s “Fake ‘Miniature Effect’ Effect” ship looks really cool!

  3. Martin says:

    These are great! I need to give tilt and shift whirl after looking at these.

  4. Pam says:

    These a great! tilt and shift is interesting and something I’ll have to try! I love this website!! Thank You

  5. Martin says:

    Based on the strength of these images we’ve added Canon TS-E lenses to our lens hire catalogue.

    I’m going to give one a whirl in London this weekend:-)

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