Tiny River Channel - Columbus

Tiny River Channel - Columbus

Sometimes I like to play around with tilt-shift photography. Basically, tilt-shift is a method of using a blur at the top and bottom or right and left of the focal point of the image, while leaving the focal point in focus to create a miniature look. It's a fun technique to use and you can get some fun results from it. This is from the river walk bridge in Columbus that crosses over a channel that runs around an island near downtown.

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