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tilt-shift wedding photography

I wish I had a tilt-shift lens. It’s certainly near the top of the “wish list”!

A tilt-shift lens allows the photographer very exacting control over the depth-of-field in an image, much more than any regular lens could provide. Focus can be restricted to a single, narrow band, with everything else rapidly blurring away. This distorts the appearance and makes the eye think that distances are a lot smaller than they typically are. When applied to a large scene like a city or a museum, everything appears miniature.

I hope that our wedding photographers will have one. Surely between the two of them they will (fingers crossed!) Ah, yes of course you can fake it in Photoshop, but I much prefer the real deal.

Here are some cool tilt-shift wedding photos that I’ve seen…

Tilt-shift wedding photography by Jonathan WherrettSo simple yet stunning

Tilt-shift wedding photography by Sayher HeffernanGorgeous colours. Sayher Heffernan takes beautiful photographs.

Tilt-shift wedding photography by Jonas PetersonUnique location!

Tilt-shift photography by Carl ZochI’m loving Carl Zoch’s photography. Very creative and lots of tilt-shift action!

Tilt-shift photography by Carl Zoch

Tilt-shift photography by Carl Zoch

I love the feeling of movement that the lens achieves in the two images above.

Tilt-shift photography by Jonas Peterson

Amazing capture!

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