Get pushed - tilt shift by stephanies

Get pushed - tilt shift

I didn't have time to add any info when I posted this as I was in a hurry, but I created this tilt shift effect using this really simple website - https://tiltshiftmaker.com/
Thanks for the push @wenbow
July 17th, 2017  
This looks great! I really like the effect.
July 17th, 2017  
so cool stephanie! love this :)
July 17th, 2017  
Great effect how did you do it?
July 17th, 2017  
Completely lost reading about tilt shift. love the image.
July 17th, 2017  
fantastic shot
July 17th, 2017  
Well done
July 18th, 2017  
Love this -- what a cool effect
July 18th, 2017  
Awesome work, brilliant shot
July 18th, 2017  
A lovely image
July 18th, 2017  
Excellent Love the pop of red.
July 18th, 2017  
Thanks Louise, I have to say that I quite like this effect too @roachling

July 18th, 2017  
Thank you so much Clare @pistache
July 18th, 2017  
Hi Richard, thank you, I added the info above. You can also do it in Analog efex (Nik collection). Go to Bokeh and click on the lined image next to where it says "bokeh style." The website is probably the easiest way of doing it though. :) @rjb71
July 18th, 2017  
I know Helen, reading about it is so confusing... The website I used, I added the info above, is really easy to use though @helenhall
July 18th, 2017  
Thank you :) @tibles
July 18th, 2017  
Thank you @joansmor
July 18th, 2017  
Thank so much Marcy, really easy to do, check out the link above. @marcy0414
July 18th, 2017  
Thank you :) @dawnee
July 18th, 2017  
Thank so much Babs @onewing
July 18th, 2017  
@stephanies Thanks for reminding me about the link! How cool -- I would like to try one of these. You chose a really great photo for the effect. I love how the foreground and background came out and the diagonal line that the edge of the water makes. Everything comes together so well to focus on the sweetness of the couple's joined hands. I'm curious whether they were strangers you observed or whether you knew them and were able to set this up just so. Either way, awesome job. Fave!
July 18th, 2017  
Hi Marcy, thanks so much. I had just got off the train on Thursday, and was walking slowly along the promenade watching all the folk on the beach when I noticed this couple. I do not know them and they were walking so fast that I had to make a quick decision whether to snap them or not....I am not one for taking pictures of people without permission usually...but they were so perfectly placed on what looks like an empty beach and holding hands, it was too irresistible. I have to mention there was a big old sea-bird on the left hand side shaking it's wings around that I edited out, even blurred it was very annoying visually. Thanks again for your kind words @marcy0414
July 18th, 2017  
Great photo! Nice composition.
July 20th, 2017  
Beautiful.
Will try and use that site sometime when I get a photo it would work with.
July 21st, 2017  
Stephanie...so creative and you are great with the various processing techniques!
July 27th, 2017  
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