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nationalgeographicdaily:

Machu Picchu, PeruPhoto: Claire Wroe
The tilt shift lens, often used in architectural photography, is fun to use for rendering actual settings into scale-model worlds in which people look like toy figures. Because you’re altering the planes of focus and drawing the eye to a narrow area of the photograph, a specific point of interest must be included. In this image, the two small figures walking through the “maze” are essential elements. I love that one of the people is wearing something red, providing the only bright color in the entire image.

nationalgeographicdaily:

Machu Picchu, Peru
Photo: Claire Wroe

The tilt shift lens, often used in architectural photography, is fun to use for rendering actual settings into scale-model worlds in which people look like toy figures. Because you’re altering the planes of focus and drawing the eye to a narrow area of the photograph, a specific point of interest must be included. In this image, the two small figures walking through the “maze” are essential elements. I love that one of the people is wearing something red, providing the only bright color in the entire image.

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theanimalblog:

Photo by my dad Michael Hayes
Submitted by reddiamonds

I want a llama.

theanimalblog:

Photo by my dad Michael Hayes

Submitted by reddiamonds

I want a llama.

posted 3 anni fa via theanimalblog with 436 note