Area in Miniature: Tilt-Shift Result Shrinks Galaxies
Report by Steph, filed beneath Photography & Video in the Ar2rk group.
The scope of all that exists beyond our very own planet is so big, it’s mind-boggling to contemplate. However a easy Photoshop trick can seemingly lessen shots of outer room, such as these taken by effective Hubble telescopes, to miniature scenes.
Reddit consumer TheScienceLlama took a bunch of space imagery from NASA and ESA and transformed it with the Tilt-Shift filter in Photoshop, like the Horsehead Nebula, Crab Nebula, Meathook Galaxy, Thor’s Helmet Nebula and Andromeda Galaxy.
The tilt-shift effect blurs the best and bottom of an image to mimic a shallow depth of area, creating it seem as if daily life-sized scenes are really miniatures.
The result is especially powerful on urban scenes, producing planes, city buses, cruise ships and men and women look like toys.