BrokenHomes_95 by *FredericPayen makes great use of a narrow depth-of-field to remove the composition from regular scale and perspective. The scene evokes a sense of wide landscapes and mountain ranges as much as it does sandy beaches. (
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Thanks for the tip, still I'm not sure what kind of lens did you used, but I can't know if you used a tilt lens or not yet I'm more convinced that you didn't used one. It looks like it was not a macro shot because I never saw any macro photo with a diorama illusion effect which is the effect you have used in this shot with the help of Photoshop.
So I think it's a shot of a sand beach or at least a part of a sand area taken with a regular 35mm lens and then added the diorama illusion effect (aka Miniature faking effect) with the help of Photoshop and you've adjusted the color curves as well.
FredericPayenFeatured By OwnerDec 10, 2012Professional Photographer
you're wrong.... this optical is a 35mm. a fixed focal. with an opeture at 1.8. ....so with this equipement. there no diorama illusion or else....maybe a macro effect...but the subject distance is 70 centimeters....so not a macro.
I see interesting, now is all totally clear! I didn't put much atention on the aperture, maybe because I didn't thought it was a fixed 35mm lens, so that's why I made this mistake
I've take a look at the BrokenHomes_94 now and kind of realized what you were actually photographing. Thanks for the tip on buying one yet for starters I have to buy a DSLR camera. I like photography quite a lot still I think I'm not dedicated to it enought to throw soo much money for such expensive equipment.
Outstanding work! The narrow depth-of-field distorts the sense of scale in this scene, so that the observer doesn't know whether they are looking at undulations in sand or at an entire mountain range. Wonderful stuff; brilliant.