Not so little things: "fake models" (title TILT: or PP:)

Challenge #18 in the Technology Enabling Art series. Hosted by ProfHankD.
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One of the more exotic specialty lens tricks involves tilting a lens relative to the film/sensor (TILT) so that the focus plane intersects your subject in a very narrow band, making full-size scenes appear to be tiny models.You can do this with a tilt-shift lens, a lensbaby, or a tilt adapter with a lens intended for a larger format -- or you can do it by post processing (PP). Let's see which works best for "fake model" shots: capture with tilt lenses (titled TILT:) or post processing (titled PP:) of shots with ordinary lenses.
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PP: Island stroll
by puzling
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Man made island, shot from 30 stories up. Depth of field processing and illumination effects
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Submitted: Sunday, 2nd October, 2011 22:49 (GMT)
Taken: Friday, 23rd September, 2011
Focal length: 168 mm
Shutter speed: 1/640 sec
Aperture: F10
ISO: 200
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