6.06.2010

Miniature Farmer LKP

...think Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and the beginning, as well as the ending, credits.  Remember them? 
Well I found a faux Tilt-Shift technique in PS thanks to this groovy little tutorial that once I get to my photos with it, they start to remind me of Mister Rogers & his little, tiny, mini-neighborhood!  Super fun.  Couldn't resist on some pictures from this evening.  
Doesn't he look so manly-cute (aka cute in a manly way)????
Can't wait to play with FauxTS some more!

P.S.  BTW, there's this fab looking site here as well, that I might have to give a try...wonder if it's cheating?  Hmmmm...
Oh well, either way, suddenly I'm feeling a might bit taller.
All I have to do is make everyone else miniature.  Hee hee.  

***UPDATE!***
Yeah, so I just tried TiltShiftMaker.com and
it TOTALLY rocks the Casbah!
Check it out:
Hehehe...
Makes me want to get into
model trains and/or work at a museum!

4 comments:

Garden of Egan said...

You are a little bit zaney! I think the Silver Bullet might not like being a minature!

Chrissy said...

I really like your pictures! :o)

Since you stop by my blog from time to time, I wanted to let you know that I wrote a guest post for "Three Girls and Our Guy" today, and I thought you might find it interesting! And maybe you'd leave a comment?! :o)

Thanks. Here's the link! http://jessica-theleafamily.blogspot.com/2010/06/guest-post-gods-perfect-timing.html

tracie said...

ooo, that's so cool!! i've never tried tilt-shifting before! i must give it a go! ;)

LKP said...

ok, and on that tilt shift dealio...looks waaaay cooler if you've got a higher vantage point that also includes the sky. puts things in better miniature perspective. =)
happy tilt-shifting!

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