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    Are they supposed to be blurred?


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    Shift tilt or Tilt Shift is a type of photography or design to sharp one part from the background by blurring the bg and let the part be normal


    just google it :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniliard View Post
    Shift tilt or Tilt Shift is a type of photography or design to sharp one part from the background by blurring the bg and let the part be normal


    just google it :P
    ohh, like in common filmography when you're blurring the background and the main object is kept in focus.


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    Ye :P .

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    I see what you're going for, but there is way too much blur.
    The first one for instance..
    There should be parts of the water closest to the focal that has no blur applied.
    I think this style is best applied to a centered focal, or closeup perspectives.
    The angles and blur used just makes it seem a bit too unrealistic.
    These all have really nice atmospheres though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawls of steel View Post
    I see what you're going for, but there is way too much blur.
    The first one for instance..
    There should be parts of the water closest to the focal that has no blur applied.
    I think this style is best applied to a centered focal, or closeup perspectives.
    The angles and blur used just makes it seem a bit too unrealistic.
    These all have really nice atmospheres though.
    Yea, i see what Bawls is saying.
    The main theme / focus of the image is quite small and some parts seem like custom blurred / over blurred


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