Tilt-Shift effect makes a photo of a full-scale object or scene look like a toy. Usually this effect is achieved with special lenses, but we will obtain the same result using AKVIS Refocus.
For best results, use a photo where the point of view is several meters above the subject or scene. There should be many small objects in the scene: buildings, people, cars, etc. The sky should not be visible.
We'll show you 2 ways to create a tilt-shift image in AKVIS Refocus: using Tilt-Shift mode or using Refocus mode.
|Method 1: Tilt-Shift Mode||Method 2: Refocus Mode
Method 1. Image processing in Tilt-Shift mode.
- Step 1. Select the Tilt Shift mode in the drop-down menu in the Settings Panel:
- Step 2. Define the blur effect area with the markers that appear over the image when the tool is active.
- Step 3. Choose one of the ready-to-use presets or adjust the parameters to your liking.
Here is the result:
Result: Tilt-Shift Effect
Method 2. Image processing in Refocus mode.
This time we chose a photo of a small square taken from a ferris wheel.
As you can see, it's easy to make a Tilt-Shift effect with AKVIS Refocus!