You have no idea how excited I was when I saw what this week’s photo challenge was! I have been waiting so long to try my hand at this “tilt shift” photography. Tilt shift is complicated to explain, but basically it’s a photo taken from a high place looking down. You change the lens (or use an app) and make the people or objects below look miniature. It’s a weird twist on how you look at things from above. This looks like you are looking at almost eye level of a miniature replica of a neighborhood on a table. I’ve always wanted to try this effect on one of my photographs and now I have it! The cars look like toys; they are so cute.
I took this photo about 10 years ago in Fishtown, which is about 15 minutes away from Center City Philadelphia. I was on top of a building with a friend who wanted me to see this section of town. I was going through some old pictures last night and remembered I had this one that I could turn into a tilt shift photograph.
Ok my peeps. I love you, but I gotta leave you now. This 3 day fever and body aches are winning in making me feel like I have no energy. Taking the day off tomorrow and maybe Tuesday too. And of course, seeing my favorite doctor in the world. I hate feeling like this. 😦 Over and out.