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    An attempt at faking a tilt shift minature shot

    Hello all

    A couple of months ack I got the opportunity to walk out to the HIndhead Tunnel in Hampshire, UK. For those that don't know the tunnel was built and opened last year. The tunnel bypasses a local village and solves a major bottle neck on the Porstmouth to London Road network.

    I fond a spot that I thought would make a good place to take a shot of the South portal and convert it so that it looked like a minature model.

    I would appreciate any comments and criticism

    [IMG]An attempt at faking a tilt shift minature shot Minature Tunnel by Darren Joseph Gregory, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: An attempt at faking a tilt shift minature shot

    I thought it was a model and I was wondering what scale until I read your story. You have captured shallow depth of field you would get if it was a model scene, trhe lighting is how a model scene would be lit - higher contrast.
    Stephen

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    Re: An attempt at faking a tilt shift minature shot

    Hi Stephen

    Thank you for your coments. To be fair to everyone who reads this a lot of the shallow depth of field was done in photoshop as I dont have a tilt shift lens.

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