Thursday, October 29, 2009

Fake Tilt Shift Photos

I have been working on some fake tilt shift photos. The goal is to get the images to look like models. Not quite there, but getting closer.




10 comments:

Jonathan said...

These are great pics. Did you find some sort of Photoshop action? Care to to give away your secret?

Greg Heck said...

Hi Jonathan

I use Gimp, a freeware program very similar to Photoshop, and followed the directions on this blog. To for the manipulation to work, it helps to have a photo taken from an angle, like the photo on the village.
http://www.bartbusschots.ie/blog/?p=774

Mark said...

Have you considered taking up Texas hold 'em poker in your spare time left over from fake tilt shift photography, bread baking, liberal cinnamon ingesting, and Belgian frite cooking? The other option is to start growing truffles and spend the 8 year interim waiting for your crop to come in training Bernie in the art of truffle hunting. I'm willing to invest in either venture, but none of the 4 in which you're currently involved. Let me know and we can talk numbers...

Greg Heck said...

Hey Mark

You know where to send the seed money for the truffle venture. I am sure i can train our pure bread terrier the art of truffle hunting, or possibly teach him to play texas hold 'em.

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