Having learned this nifty new technique, I had to go back through my collection of images and see if I had more shots suitable for tilt-shift. The ones below are the results. These really look better in the larger format, so click on the pictures to see the larger images.
I’ve gotten where it takes only about 5 minutes for each image. I could churn them out, if I wanted.
I’ve also been amazed at the results of some other Flickr photographers. I honestly don’t know if this image by StarRockr is a model or a fake miniature. I’m pretty sure it’s fake, but this technique really plays with the mind.
I may have to have my camera at the ready when I fly into London next month.
I guess this is a heck of a lot cheaper than actually building a model railroad, then trying to photograph it. Although, if you factor in air fare…