Andrew Kreft is a freelance web designer based in the Netherlands, as well as the creator of a non-profit photography website, TiltShifted. The site showcases tilt shift photography, which skews images to make ordinary scenes look like miniature worlds.
His websites is an ongoing showcase of creative mini scenes taken by him and other photographers from around the world, and include some pretty remarkable tilt shift travel photos.
The tilt shift effect can be achieved through a variety of techniques, either through the camera directly, or through manipulation with an image editor after.
Due to the distortion, a lot of people find it difficult to believe these photos are real when they first see them, especially in the instance of tilt shift travel photography that features recognizable monuments, as they like so much like dioramas.
Check out Andre Kreft’s TiltShifted.com, or follow them on Twitter to stay on top of the latest tilt shift posts.
By Other Artists on Tilt Shifted:
Mt. Evans, Colorado, by Tony Fugere
Venice, Italy by Alan Irvine
Pinkpop Landgraaf by Erik Hijweege
Written by Bianca Bartz