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May 11th // Day 117 // TiltShiftGen Day 7

Final shot..

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May 10th // Day 116 // TiltShiftGen Day 6

TiltShiftGen can give portraits more attitude than the subjects themselves are capable of exuding. It can also give land spaces some nice painterly feels.

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May 9th // Day 115 // TiltShiftGen Day 5

Getting the miniature effect can be tricky, but you don’t HAVE to be high up to achieve it.

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May 8th // Day 114 // TiltShiftGen Day 4

TiltShiftGen also has sliders for controlling saturation, contrast, brightness and vignette. Thankfully they left out white vignette.

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May 7th // Day 113 // TiltShiftGen Day 3

The most fun feature of a TiltShift lens is its ability to make real life appear as a miniature train set model. TiltShiftGen has the horizontal blur as well as circular, both controlled by pinching.

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May 6th // Day 112 // TiltShiftGen

This fun little app is relatively basic compared to other apps but yet has the minimum features you would expect such as resolution adjustments and sharing options.

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May 5th // Day 111 // TiltShiftGen Day 1

Holy man am I glad that last week is over! Never loading up that program again. This week I’ll be reviewing one of my favorite apps! TiltShiftGen. This app aims to mimic the image quality and selective focus of a … Continue reading

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