Tilt-shift miniature faking can be achieved by the usage of two distinct techniques where photographs of real-world subjects can be made to look like miniature models. The first way is to use a tilt-shift lens on a camera while the second way is to use a image-editor such as Photoshop on an existing photo to create the effect.

The images below look as though they were taken off miniature models with the macro mode settings on a camera. Here are 44 totally cool tilt-shift faux miniature images from Flickr users.

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House Photography

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Northcountry Boy

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envisionpublicidad

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RCB Fotos

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alfstorm

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stevoarnold

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Swiss Bones

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Guwashi999

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double O zero

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1001 words

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escher 47

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Bob Reck

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Combined Media

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wenzday01

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confidentjohn

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baldheretic

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Yiping Lim

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Mysterious Mimir

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confidentjohn

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antifuse

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Stephen Fulljames

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Dave ®

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Badger DJ

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Erik K Veland

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GarySmith70

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simplyalex

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r.i.c.h

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Jeff Cushner

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Arty Smokes

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AlmostJaded

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Kevin Klöcker

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eNil – Away with the fishees 🙂

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Arty Smokes

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scottfidd

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stëve

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B Tal

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Paul Nicholson

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stevoarnold

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Moonez

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milknosugar

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oed

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star5112

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BlueEyeTea

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turydddu

It’s not hard to make your own tilt shift miniature images with Photoshop. Check out this tutorial on how to do it.