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Earlier this week we ran photos of tilt shift photography and stunning effect it has on 15 different sports. Now we’ve put together a feature on how the technique can alter landscapes around the world.The tilt shift technique makes skylines look like tiny architecture models, visitors to the Taj Mahal look like figurines, and a procession of locals in army uniforms look like tin soldiers.
The technique has been around since the early days of photography but has recently gained legitimacy after its use by photographers like Vincent Laforet, Walter Looss Jr. and Mark Kolbe.
Locals used in army uniforms look like tin soldiers at this Corpus Christi procession in Switzerland
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