Tilt Shift Paris

Just a little more tilt shift fun. I need to go climb some buildings in Paris in order to get some really good shots.

The last picture is actually one my dad took while he was here. Thanks Pop!


About Rebecca

Hi! After five years in Europe, I'm adjusting to life back in the US. I use this blog to record my adventures, post photos, organize recipes, and post about things that interest me.
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9 Responses to Tilt Shift Paris

  1. xandreverkes says:

    Hi Becca!!! I love these shots!!! How do you do it?? My little canon (compact) has a setting similar to this called something like ‘miniature’?? I haven’t tried it yet though… but these shots looks super cool!!! Maybe I should try it with some buildings…. I’ve also seen shots that were processed in photoshop to look like this (although I have no idea how they do it!!) 🙂 **

  2. PaigeGribb says:

    These are gorgeous! I especially love the serene one 5th from the bottom. That couple found just the right place to be. 🙂 Fabulous.

  3. These Look great – You’ve inspired me to invest in an iPhone app with a tilt and shift function – now to get some good shots! Hmmmmm

  4. redjim99 says:

    Love the trees street scene. Did you do this with the camera or afterwards? I’ve never seen it before.


  5. realoves says:

    Love these, Becca! It makes Paris look manageable and “story-like.” Wow, Paris is already so romanticized and this just makes it more so! Not sure that is healthy for an already over-the-top Paris-ophile!

  6. Bethy Manor says:

    My favorite tilt shift is of the beautiful night sky – WOW!

  7. Audrey says:

    Stunning, sis!

    I don’t understand what tilt shift is but I do remember pix you shot with the same technique in Scotland.

    These are even better!

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  9. Aerial lift says:

    I miss Paris! Your photography is so amazing!

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