Sunday, June 07, 2009

Phron Phun with Photos

Sullivan passes along a little internet device that simulates tilt-shift photography. You can upload your own photos and run a tilt-shift on them. It seems to work best on more complex scenes with a significant amount of foreground and background detail. Kind of fun. Here's one of my photos after using the device. This is a shot of a church in the medieval French town of Sarlat in the Périgord/Dordogne (more photos of this beautiful part of France here):

1 comment:

MT said...

I was always disturbed as a kid by the claymations and other supposedly kid-friendly movies that used this. It's trippy, not for the underage.