Monday, February 4, 2013


Tilt shift photography is used to make landscapes look like miniatures.

This is my take on the subject...

Make sure you open these up to full screen, some of the panoramas here need a large resolution to see any of the details.

Plane of focus, depth of field, bla bla... anyway: enjoy the pics...

construction site.


Kennedy monument

Wind turbines - Ramat HaGolan

The West Wall - panorama in the making

after blending and retouching

Some nightshots: tourists at Azrieli building, Tel Aviv

Jerusalem: old city

dad (well, someone's dad, I assume)

Another monastery. I liked the colored lighting. 

1 comment:

  1. so i can't figure out if these are real miniatures or actual places shot with a tilt lens?
    if so, what tilt lens did you use?