4.29.2012

Miniature Australia.

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One of my favorite features on my Canon SX30IS is probably one of its most simple features: Miniaturization Mode.
Tilt-shift photography pulls your attention to the focus and perspective, while enhancing the colors to give it toy-like quality.  It's a simulation of the depth-of-field you see in Macro photos and plays with the saturation of the colors. I almost over-use it because I like it so much, and I had to force myself to not use it all the time. I think it just makes everything more interesting!

So, here are some miniature photos from my trip to Australia. Enjoy!
 
If you're curious where a photos was taken, check out my pinterest page: Feel Jetlag.

9 comments:

  1. ummmm, curious!! love every single one of these. wow.

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  2. Wow, I think the miniaturizing is an awesome effect and it is worth taking one w/and one without wherever you go. BEAUTIFUL !!

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  3. Great effect and fantastic photos! Please tell us where they were taken!

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  4. To see the locations, click here

    Xx,
    Summer

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  5. beautiful photos :) interesting effect/ feature of camera

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  6. lovely pics! wanna follow each other,visit my blog girly! :)

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  7. AnonymousJune 23, 2013

    I absolutely am ready to order some prints from you. TELL ME HOW - Ready to order now!

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