A few weeks ago we showed you an amazing model railroad in Hamburg Germany called Miniature Wunderland. After we posted that story, let’s just say we were inspired.
May I present to you… Rochester Miniatures…
Not fooled? You caught us. These aren’t actually pictures of teeny weeny scale models… they are real aerial photographs of Rochester with a photographic technique known as “tilt-shift” applied to them. Got a camera and a copy of Photoshop? Check out this Photoshop tutorial and give it a try. We’d love to see what you come up with.
Tags: Bausch & Lomb Headquarters, downtown Rochester, fake miniature photography, Genesee Aqueduct, George Eastman House, Germany, Hamburg, miniature, Miniature Wunderland, New York, NY, Photoshop, Rochester, scale model, tilt-shift, U of R, University of Rochester, UofR, Xerox Tower
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