14 days
Atman Victor (J.L.Mendez)

Tilt-shift effect

In association with PhotoshopCAFE

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Brief

Tilt-shift photography is a creative photographic technique in which an image is manipulated so that a real-world scene looks like a miniature-scale model. This illusion can be achieved by a camera equipped with a tilt-shift lens, which simulates a shallow depth of field, or a large format camera. However, these days, photographers often choose to add the effect in post-processing with software such as Photoshop. You too can create your own world of perfect miniatures, so why not give it a try. Check out one of our older contests for inspiration.

The crowd's winner will receive a $100 gift voucher to PhotoshopCAFE.

Prize details

The crowd's winner will receive a $100 gift voucher to PhotoshopCAFE.

How it works

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Entries closed
11 April 2017

Rating
11 April 2017 to 14 April 2017

Winners announced
14 April 2017

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