Urban Grazing

4 Final image

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Before we start the tutorial, a quick note on changing the blur intensity in Tilt Shift Generator.

 

1) Once I’ve opened the image in TiltShiftGen, I select the linear blur option and line it up vertically so the trolley and reflection remain in focus. The amount and area of blur can be adjusted as highlighted in the image below and tutorial section, found in the settings menu of the app. In this image I have tried to make the shallow depth of field as natural as possible.

 

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2) TiltShiftGen also has a vignette mode that I used in this image to draw further attention to the subject and detract from areas above and below the trolley/reflection that remained in focus.

 

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3) To complete the image I apply a warming filter in the colour temperature section of iPhone App – Photo fx. The reason I chose to warm the image was that it reminded me of an African safari scene where the rhino drinks beside a waterhole, hence the title Urban Grazing.

 

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