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School Time!

October 9th, 2006

A shot of my school from my house.

Comments from the Community

Posted By: illiterate.retard from gmail.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
Wow the blurryness makes it look like its a small scale model of a school. Cool!
Posted By: deckdesigns from mac.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
Blurry view makes me crosseyed... Wondering why this is a good shot for anyones wallpaper.
Posted By: hackaroxp from gmail.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
It doesn't cross my eyes, well.. it does.. but i need a minute or something to do that. ;)
Posted By: farmerbobb86 from houston.rr.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
It looks like a scale model. Thats really cool if ya ask me. NIce work with whatever filter or whatever you used to make it look that way.
Posted By: greypins from nc.rr.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
if that's not a scale model, i'll be somewhat disappointed. even if it's real, it's still a cool pic. it has a dreamlike quality that really appeals to me - not 'dreamlike' as in dali, but as in "am i still awake?"
Posted By: girlracer from mac.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
There's a bloke who takes aerial photos just like this- the buildings look like models, its a bit spooky. I'd love to know how to do it myself!
There's an article and some pics here:
Posted By: igorb81 from yahoo.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
I think this is how people become blind if you ask me, definately not my style. I don't know who judges this stuff and who wants it on their desktop and I'm yet to see any of my work to appear here. What's going on with this website. Time for new judges perhaps?
Posted By: mj1979 from aol.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
To each his own, I guess, but this one doesn't appeal to me at all!
Posted By: davidjoyce from exit42design.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
You're all just playing right? This IS a scale model isn't it? It definitely looks fake to me. I thought he was lying when he said he took it from his house. Maybe if the picture weren't so blurry it would be more apparent that its a model.

hackaroxp, be truthful. This is a model right? If you say it's not, I'll have a hard time believing you, but if it really truly is, then why does it look fake?
Posted By: arlojz from gmail.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
I wish I had a link to this technique.

Usually we expect small-scale things that are shot with a macro lense to have the fore and background to be blurred out. You can produce this kind of shot with a particular lense, but you can get a reasonable result, such as this one, by just doing a particular set of blurring in Photoshop. It works best if you have a high angle of elevation.
Posted By: jennijbutler from msn.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
I do not like this style. I much prefer something that is CLEAR and not so fuzzy. My eyes hurt from looking at it.
Posted By: default.20.seaj11 from spamgourmet.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
I'm sorry, but at first glance this looks like an amateur photo that someone decided to submit to IFL. I see now the play on focus the photographer makes. All the same, this is quite an unattractive subject.
Posted By: juddster_199 from yahoo.com
about 11 years, 5 months ago
It's called Tilt/Shift

Posted By: bart.gabrielse from gmail.com
about 11 years, 1 month ago
nice try on the tilt-shift pseudo in Photoshop, but you made a mistake by making the top of the tree on the right sharp as well.
Nevertheless it's nice to stirr up the IFL-fora a little with an unconventional way of photographing. Good luck!


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