Air and Space Museum

z0mgitsryan

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I was pretty bored today so I decided to take a trip to the Air and Space Museum which is just down the street from where I live.

I used my Panasonic GH2 + Lensbaby Tilt Transformer + Nikkor 28mm f/2.8

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Ephemeral Moment

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Those are stunners - I love how tilt does this to photos, it can be done at the software stage but this is more fun :biggrin:

Is the lensbaby transformer :43: native? and if so where did you get it from?

:wink:
 

horaceunit

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That's the Elzy Center at Dulles airport. My best friend lives in Leesburg, and I grew up in Falls Church. I'll bet the Natural History Museum in DC would make a good subject for the Diorama mode too! I'm going this weekend for a visit but I don't think we'll have time to hit the museum. Very nice shots though!
 

~tc~

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How does the tilt/shift make it look like a model like that?
 

zpierce

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Those are just fantastic examples of that effect! It never fails to blow me away. No matter how much I try to rationalize that the subject is full size, my brain just refuses to agree! Very cool.
 

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awesome tilt shift. that technique always looks better when done in camera rather than with photoshop.
 

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I really thought those were models until I read and looked further, and it's only by looking at the completely varied people that I can be convinced that it's full size scenes.
 

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