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Again with the Tiltshift

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12th Jan 2009, 16:28   | tags:,,,


Jane Doe says:

That's so cool!

12th Jan 2009, 16:30

hildegard says:

Innit? Been amusing myself no end since Hotdog brought Tiltshift to my attention;

12th Jan 2009, 16:39

Spiderbaby says:

You have shrunk them all to toy size! The power, the power!

12th Jan 2009, 16:42

hildegard says:

That's the cool bit - not what I end up with, just the joy of shrinking 'em. Honey, I miniaturised the Minster!

12th Jan 2009, 16:47

Spiderbaby says:

Do you need a special camera for this (obviously you need the laser-shrinking adapter... but apart from that)?

12th Jan 2009, 16:56

hildegard says:

No, with my awesome tiltshifting powers I am able to use any camera I choose. (Mwa hahahah!)

12th Jan 2009, 17:00

Spiderbaby says:

Woah. Awesome is right :)
*goes in search of lasers...

12th Jan 2009, 17:41

hildegard says:

Hotdog's got a linky to the awesome shrinking ding am sich - I look forward to your Mini America... ;)

12th Jan 2009, 17:56

Spiderbaby says:

Ah ha!

12th Jan 2009, 18:17

OCD Sprocket says:


12th Jan 2009, 19:49

hildegard says:

It's preposterous fun for so very little effort - you should try miniaturising the cats, Sprocket.

12th Jan 2009, 20:10

hildegard says:

Glad it's liked - I lived near a model village when I was very wee & am slightly sentimental about miniature worlds.

Afraid I've tiltshifted rather a lot of photos since you posted that link. ;)

13th Jan 2009, 00:47

JokerXL says:

Must look into this, miniature trucks on the way!

13th Jan 2009, 04:54

Earthlad says:

Hi I love these pics couldn't find one so I started a group called tiltshift on here. Feel free to post and let your friends know :-)

15th Jan 2009, 06:55