Tokyo miniature videos created by Tilt Shift

Tilt-Shift is a technique that can make real-world life-size objects look like miniatures.  The technique of tilt-shift miniature faking makes the life-sized look like a miniature scale model and the process involves using Photoshop to fake a shallow depth of field and punching up the color saturation. The results are truly amazing.

Japanese photographer mockmoon has applied tilt-shft to a various Tokyo and Japan  scenery videos.

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Tokyo Tower Miniature
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Roppongi Hills Miniature
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Ebisu Garden Place Tower
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Mitsumineguchi Station, Saitama, Japan
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3 Responses to “Tokyo miniature videos created by Tilt Shift”

  1. Keith Morrell Says:

    I love Tilt Shift videos and photography, especially of Japan :) . I want to take my own when I visit soon.

  2. O'poel Says:

    There’s another software that can replace Photoshop and it’s open source. the name is GIMP, it worth to try.

  3. Miczea Says:

    Awesome Collection I like this type of photo :) You can also check this article with Amazing tiltshift photos :)

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