Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift


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Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift

In this movie, I'll show you how to apply the final blur gallery filter, which is Tilt Blur. Like Iris Blur, Tilt Blur allows you to create gradual-focus transitions. However, they are linear transitions as opposed to radial. And among other things, you can create fake miniature effects. So in our case, we are going to take this bustling street scene and we are going to turn it into this thriving little tiny town. So, switch back to my image at hand. And notice that I have converted the image to a Smart Object and then I applied trio of Smart Filters.

I'll go ahead and turn the Smart Filters on, so you can see. First I applied a big helping of Reduced Noise, and I'll just go ahead and double click on Reduce Noise so we can see the values. I set the Strength to 10, both Preserve Details and Reduce Color Noise is set to zero, and then I actually cranked up Sharpen Details to 75% because, as opposed to trying to correct the image, I'm trying to achieve an effect. ...

Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift
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Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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