Ed Mcgowan Takes Stunning Tilt-Shift Images

By: Francis Tiangson - Published: Feb 5, 2011   Updated: Aug 11 2011 • References: flickr & photodonuts
Ed McGowan takes some wicked tilt-shift street images. The awesome technique makes it look like the world he's photographing is a miniaturized diorama version of reality.

From boardwalks to crosswalks and even airports, Ed McGowan has a wonderful eye for framing and capturing beautiful scenes. The awesome coloration of the images add even further appeal to the superb photographs; the world he sees through his viewfinder looks a lot nicer than mine.

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