Tilt-shift photography is one of the most captivating phenomenons circling the photo world, so we thought we'd take a look at how this technique is being applied in different countries.
Tilt-shift photography takes ordinary scenes and makes them look skewed, warping them to look like they are of a digitally rendered miniature world.
Tilt-shift photography how tos are available online, but basically, they're created using large aperture values for an extremely shallow depth of field.
The gallery shows some awesome tilt-shift photos from around the world.
Tilt-shift photographers featured: *Yueh-Hua 2009 (Jhongjhu Port) | Becky E (Sydney) | nonanet (Dubrovnik) | Joe Penniston (Splash Moutain in Disney World) | Bob Reck (Key West) | Luigi Scorcia (boats in Italy) | Daniele Pesaresi (NYC) | Pattagon (Chile) | Tinkernoonoo (Victoria, BC) | ebstars (Calgary)