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Fake Tilt Shift

Wed­nes­day 14 Jan­uary 2009 03:21

Via via I learned some graph­ic trick with the high­est im­pres­sive-re­sult/hard-to-do ra­tio I've ex­pe­ri­ence so far. The hard­est part is find­ing some good im­ages to use, then it's easy as pie us­ing Gimp. Of the al­most 4000 im­ages I screened these were the re­sults:

The last one was easy be­cause the orig­i­nal im­age al­ready looked like it was of a minia­ture.


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