A Better Fake Tilt-Shift with the Gimp
Rob A's (Im)personal Blog.
Tuesday, November 25. 2008
This is one of my first experiments in the field of tilt-shift photography. The expert eye will have recognized immediately that this seems to be a photo of a miniature model of ┼lesund … actually it is not, it was just faked to look like one ...
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Episode 097: Shrinking! (2)
After a welcome to the (hopefully) lots of new viewers from the Miro Guide, I continue to shrink a real building site to a model train scale. An important tool for this is the Focus Blur plugin. The homepage needs some assistance in translation from Ja...
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Wed, 26.03.2014 12:34
Hi T- In the latest version of Gimp, the Lighting Effects are now under Filters->Light and Shadow->Lighting Effects.
Tue, 25.03.2014 10:19
Hi, I was so happy to have found your tutorial but I'm c ompletely lost at step 6. T here's no such thing as [...]
Sat, 29.06.2013 08:20
Me it work great cloudy day 2 hrs and 1.5 degrees i imagine when it's sunny. the secret i s to close the arrival v [...]