Boxing Day Madness – a tilt-shift experience

It was another great afternoon for street photography in Toronto. Had a terrific time with my friend Vicki walking the downtown and through the Eaton Centre. Man was it busy with shoppers. So I found this tilt-shift generator online that allows you to convert photos to make the subjects look like toys. But it really only works well with certain types of shots. I think this one, taken very high up at the Eaton Centre with my 11-16mm Tokina lens @ 11mm, works well. Gotta be honest, I was feeling a bit of vertigo leaning way out over the rail for this. Heights have never been my thing. Hope you like it.

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4 Responses to Boxing Day Madness – a tilt-shift experience

  1. Frances says:

    That is an awesome pic! I have taken lots pics of those reindeer etc., . But I never would have thought to take a pic from this angle. That’s what makes you a photographer and me just a wannabe! There’s me coming out of Sephora!! No, not really, but I was there too. Every year – at 8:30 a.m. !!

    • Thanks Frances. That was the first I saw those reindeer in the Eaton Centre. Pretty cool. Luckily I had my wide angle lens. I also took some photos from the roof deck of the parking garage that I’ve yet to post.

      Hope you had a nice Christmas. I really did enjoy it this year, thanks to my friends from the photo walks group. And a long weekend is a mere three days away! Yay! But I don’t want to discuss what’s coming after that. 🙂

  2. milkayphoto says:

    Those are fun toys and you picked a perfect spot to use it!

    The Walt Disney World Holiday special on Sunday were showing scenes using tilt-shift tecnology on the crowds in the parks and it was really neat!

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