Thursday, January 21, 2010

Tilt Shift Lens

Who says you can't take nice photos with a PowerShot camera? The following photos were taken during our honeymoon in Greece. I resurrected these because I've had a slight obsession lately with the Tilt Shift Lens. And instead of shelling out the big bucks to buy the lens, I decided to fake it in Photoshop. What would the world be like without Photoshop?! So this lens is supposed to make pictures look like toy models, to put it in layman's terms. So I decided to test it out on these photos:

Good Night!


  1. nice pictures!!

  2. Okay Susan.. you gotta teach me how to use Photoshop the next time you are in NY.
    very nice. -- mango

  3. Oh my goodness. These are amazing!! I want (need) to go to Greece!

    I used wood filler to fill the holes. It was pretty easy, dries quick, then you sand.

    They sell this putty stuff at A.C. Moore, or probably any craft store. I think it's called wall tacky. If you go there, they will know. It's awesome for hanging up paper type stuff, you can move it around, take it down, etc with no wall damage.

    Have a good weekend!! It's almost Friday!!

  4. wow, amazing photoshopped pics! girl, instead of spending time doing this, why don't you come visit me? :) just a thought!
    ~your cuz, kelly

  5. Oh great. My wife discovered a new tool in Photoshop. Now I'll have to pose for even more pictures so she can play around with it. *sigh*