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Saturday, August 28, 2010

SAINT MONIQUE VALAIS in miniature effect / tilt shift photography

 Since it's our 2nd time to spend the annual Village Fiesta here at Saint Monique, I wanna share the shots I took a few months ago which I edited to blur some parts. This gives you a feeling that it is somewhat fake but it's not. This effect is good especially if you take pictures from buildings. The structures or objects below would look like toys.

In canon cameras, it's called tilt shift photography, but for NIKON users like me, we call it miniature effect. This is my village in miniature effect.

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....all pics taken from Saint Monique Valais in Binangonan Rizal. Shot a few months ago and the effect was just done tru in-camera editing. I heard you can also do this in photoshop at much better quality. But I dont have cs5 yet so I have to content myself with in-camera effects.

I guess I emphasized on the wrong details in some of the photos.

50 comments:

  1. Nice parekoy... D300 dslr mo di ba par? may miniature effect ka na agad pwedeng iedit sa mga shots mo sa cam mismo... natry ko din yan, cool. Mahanda yung kuha mo sa mga hagdaan, very miniature ang dating... keep it up man!

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  2. nice pix... ang galing! clap! clap! clap!

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  3. i ganda super like it. sana marunong din ako niyan.

    Keep on posting nice pics! We enjoy your work.

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  4. i really like rizal's landscape and good that you're practicing these types of technique. sad though that i dont have photoshop installed in my laptop yet.

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  5. Huwaw, very nice shots! pwede pa lang mag-edit ng pics using dslr camera. Galing!

    Di ba wala ka pang AdobePS? try mong edit dito yung mga pics mo parekoy:

    www.sumopaint.com

    (almost identical din sya ng photoshop, pero with no download required. just your browser lang ^^)

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  6. nag canvass ka ba kung magkano ang tilt and shift lens?

    sa canon brochure ko, php 134,000. (lunok)

    pero may nakita akong video, pwede gumawa ng improvised tilt and shift lens, medyo skeptical ako kung credible ang result.

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  7. i think i'll follow you... dahil sa photography adik ka rin eh taga pangasinan ka rin hehehe -

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  8. wow!, galing mo nang humawak ng cam ah... Nice shots and nice place..

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  9. You are giving flowers?

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  10. medyo naconfuse ako dun sa iba but i like the effect! :)

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  11. Madami tilt shift editor online =)

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  12. MOkong---d3000 cam ko.I heard na mas maganda edit sa photoshop kaso di ako marunong PP. buti nalang may in-camera editing.salamat

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  13. Mervin---me clap clap clap? hahaha

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  14. Rah---madali lang naman talaga syang gawin. pero ang ganda ng kinakalabasan.

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  15. dong ho---wala ak ring photoshop? sabagay--di mo naman kailangan Dom e. picture perfect na mga shots and compositions mo

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  16. fiel-kun---sige--try ko yang website na yan.s d3000 kasi pwede e.

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  17. Ollie ---ala, sandali. diko alam yang lente na yan. Post process effect lang tong tilt shift ko. hehe

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  18. Arvin U. de la Peña ---that's our place.

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  19. Ollie--thanks. uo--bat kaw ba Pangasinan din?

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  20. ʎonqʎʇıɔ---sandali? anung part ka na-confuse?

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  21. di ko maciado gets yung effect. dalin nga imeet moko tapos share your knowledge naman... hihi

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  22. wow ang lupet...

    pa tutor naman.. hehe...

    ganda ng mga kuha.. lalo na yung kubo na may taong naglalakad...

    keep up the good work...

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  23. Yeap kasi macocontrol mo where it emphasizes the photo... check mo tong

    http://tiltshiftmaker.com/

    =)

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  24. @ Kumag--thanks so much---you are always very helpful

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  25. Chyng---akala ko niloloko mo lang ako. heheheh

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  26. shea--ah-uo. fave ko rin yan. kasi parang di totoo yung paligid nya.

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  27. galing naman :), I have Nikon but I haven't tried capturing inside the building and I am more into taking pictures with Film too, but if given a chance, will try what you just posted here :).

    Awesome place too.

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  28. annalyn---Nikon baby ka rin pala. cheers to that. pero wait. Nikon na film? do you prefer it that way? that's kinda old skul diba?why not shift nalang?

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  29. argh... nice!! it's good to see these pictures again :) hohoho

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  30. ganda naman.galing kumuha ng pix. s

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  31. balak kong kumuha ng Nikon FG (film), yun yung film kaya lang mahal yung nakita ko sa flea market e, yung pang garage sale lang kaya ko lol!

    Have Nikon D5000 pero mas madalas kong gamit Yashica fx-3 at Pentax K1000, lumabas sa market nung 1978, naadik ako sa vintage e.

    salamat sa pagbisita :)

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  32. fufu--yeah---FB and blog.same thing.lol

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  33. annalyn---sabagay. trip trip lang yan. iba ang trip mo. hehehe

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  34. Hmm interesting hindi ko alam kung pwede ko yang gawin sa camera ko or sa photoshop so hahayaan ko na lang hehehe...

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  35. glentot--e kasi. kalikutin mo lang.

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  36. Syempre helpful ako kasi Nikon ka din eh hehe pag Canon ka wala akong imik heheh =) tsaka we have the same passion, photography! =)

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  37. KUMAGCOW---yun. pareho kasing nikon baby.cheers to that!!!!

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  38. Sorry admin - my post is test

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  39. ibang level ka na!
    pag nagkapera ako, bibili na rin ako ng hinayupak na DSLR na yan,hehe

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  40. Parang nasa estonia ang view. yung style ng roof, ayun

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