Tilt Shift Cities

This is not the first time we’re publishing tilt shift photography collection. It’s the first time though, we’re presenting pure tilt shift city photos. For those who are not familiar with tilt shift … simply said, it’s a special technique photographers use to make things / scenes look tiny … almost model-like. Enjoy the photos below and get inspired .). Don’t hesitate and drop us a comment.

The Glowing City by moardin

Fondness for PIKO by Weisimel

Small City. Big Nightlife. by Shun T

Bokeh city by Aey Laboratories

My Tiny Toy Town by Emily

Crossroad by Juan José López

Tilt Shift practice 2 by Chad Connell

New York Minizoom by yeryi

Tiny Times Square by Chris Bateman

Chinatown by Ed McGowan

2nd & Market by Ed McGowan

107/365 Rush Hour by brandonhuang

Miniature Marrakech by roevin | Urban Capture

New York City USA – South Manhatten Tiltshift by Night by Daniel Mennerich

Little London Project by Toby Allen

Small World, Big Story by Sungwook Kim

Valley of Home II by Harald Wawrzyniak

It’s a Small World by Takahiro Yamamoto

Minimize Lisbon by Daniel Espírito Santo

Tilt Shift Photography aka little toys by Albino Tonnina

Spiritual Altitudes 01 by Deniz Hotamisligil

tiny little world by pedro strelkow photo solutions

Rio de Janeiro by Araceli Cruz

New York, New York by Dominic Walter

MakeSomethingCoolEveryDay – PHOTOGRAPHY by oliver vandenbusche

A Little World by Giulia Testore

The Small Apple by David Palmer

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