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Playing with Alien Skin Bokeh 2, the best program of my life. This is an imitation tilt-shift effect, also known as the 'miniature effect'. I am somewhat obsessed with the tilt-shift miniature effect so I've been playing with it for three days straight now. I know not everyone is a huge fan of the blurring, but I am! Not to sound cocky, but I don't think the lighting could have been any perfect here, I just love how the people are illuminated by the carnival game. The positioning of the ride in the background also rocks my world!

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Western Fair
Nikon D90 w Nikkor 18-105mm F/3.5-5.6G ED VR
Ontario, Canada







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IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
900x598px 408.83 KB
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D90
Shutter Speed
1/400 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
1000
Date Taken
Sep 19, 2010, 7:59:03 PM
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Blue-Jedi's avatar
Tilt shift photos still blow me away.
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oragamiknightStudent Traditional Artist
this is fantastic :D 
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CarolineCherryProfessional Photographer
Awesome shot! This is one of the best tilt-shifts I've ever seen :D
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thanks so much, I really appreciate that! I love tilt-shift. :)
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CarolineCherryProfessional Photographer
Haha not a problem, I love looking at it and want to try my hand at it this year as well!
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Cloudwhisperer67Hobbyist Photographer
wonderful one!
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thank you!
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thanks!
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vw1956Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful tilt-shift processing :clap:
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thank you! :hug:
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vw1956Hobbyist Photographer
You´re welcome! :)
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dvcomkHobbyist Photographer
Awesome
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thanks!
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aeroartistHobbyist Photographer
:drool: so... so good. so many times, i think tilt shift photos are just done as a novelty - the effect is essentially meaningless. cool, but not usually contributing to the photo in a meaningful way. THIS, on the other hand, is awesomely done. i think it's a result of the wide background and context. it's really nice. you get the narrow depth of field, but it's in an understandable context that adds to the tone - the carnival is an epic place where you feel insignificant. there are giant lit things all around. very cool. the swinging arm also makes a great angle. bravo!! :clap:
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Wow, thank you so much for that comment!
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SilverColoredGoldHobbyist General Artist
Beautiful. I like the blur! :D
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thanks so much! :)
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Hello!! This amazing photo has been featured here: [link] have a great day :blowkiss:
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love this one!
perfect
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jenniferstuberProfessional Photographer
Thanks so much! :heart:
TheRedWePaint's avatar
The color in this is absolutely stunning! You're magnificent!
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