Many of you are not yet familiar with the term tilt change, but this style of photography is gaining momentum pretty steadily. The tilted photo itself resembles a miniature scene, like a model. In fact, this is a snapshot of a full-scale scene or object. In this case, a special lens is used, although these days many people prefer a much simpler way — photoshop. If you are a true tech lover, here are ten craftsmen who have mastered tilting techniques, some have used computers, and some have relied solely on their skill and technique.
We have already written about tilt photography, now we will tell you more about the masters working in this direction.
One of the coolest things about tilt photography is that it erases the hustle and bustle of city life, but still retains the overall picture of the area being photographed. This is what inspired Olivio to this kind of photography. “I’m a little tired of taking pictures that let you see everything,” says Barbieri. “After 9/11, the world changed because things that seemed impossible happened. It made me look at things and the city differently”
Although not all of his photographs are angled, it is Vincent Laforet who is considered a pioneer in this field. He was even included in the list of “100 most influential people in the world of photography” by one of the influential magazines. His pictures turn quite ordinary cityscapes into a strange fantasy.
With the advent of Photoshop, you no longer need to be a professional photographer with an unlimited budget, a helicopter and special lenses. Matt West took pictures from the roof of the garage, then applied the tilt effect in Photoshop and the result was a very beautiful photo. It seems as if the city is a miniature created by a photographer
This photographer also works with Photoshop, and his pictures look impressive even with minimal processing.
Serena Mallen ventured into reworking classic paintings by famous artists such as Vincent van Gogh. As a result, the classic also found its modified angle of inclination.
Art group Skrekkogle
One of the most outstanding art projects is a photo with a tilt change from the Skrekkogle Art Group.
People often use coins to show the scale of an object in comparison to that coin. The group decided to create a huge 50 Euro cent, a giant coin on an enlarged scale. This is the most original way to get a photo with a changed angle. The shots are even more convincing thanks to the presence of a huge coin.
Modest and Jill Janicki
Pier 29 is one of San Francisco’s most popular landmarks, but thanks to Modest and Jill Janicki, it has been recast in a whole new light, as something unreal. Sharp lines and detailed human figures make this photo look even more like a miniature.
The picture for the picture was chosen very well. It’s part of Disney World. The buildings are so unusual and even a little caricatured that the mind is more ready to recognize them as something fabulous than real.
Juan Pablo Mejia
In these tilted photos, even the construction workers look like tiny models, as if specially designed to add realism to miniature cityscapes.
Portugal and Denmark football players look more like toy people than professional athletes thanks to Ronaldo Fonseca’s use of lean angle