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Bouldering at Ula near Sandefjord Norway.
© Tom Atle Bordevik, Apr 2006
Climbers: Marianne Bordevik
Camera used: Nikon D-70
I think this would be better if the photoshop blur was toned down a bit. Still gets a 4 from me though.
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH - 02/Nov/06
great pic, looks almost like a model set from thunderbirds..
benjambo1 - 18/Nov/06
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ripped from dunno:
'If you’re curious, here’s how tilt-shift photography works. A tilt-shift lens allows the photographer very exacting control over the depth-of-field in an image, much more than any regular lens could provide. Focus can be restricted to a single, narrow band, with everything else rapidly blurring away. This distorts the appearance and makes the eye think that distances are a lot smaller than they typically are. When applied to a large scene like a city or a museum, everything appears miniature.'
tilt shft lens's are expensive, this is probably 'shopped' to get the same effect - plenty of tuts on the internet.
dads - 13/Sep/07