I fired off literally thousands of pictures in my time in Japan last December(doesn’t that make it sound so long ago?) so I’ve picked a few with which to revisit tilt-shift photography. This time it’s shots of Kyoto, i’m sure in time i’ll try and pick some shots for Osaka also. Enjoy!
The above shot is an area near Kiyomizu Dera, sorry but I forget the name.
Kyoto Station Area, the placement of the cars and buses lend themselves well to tiltshiftication!
Kyoto View from Iwatyama, mixed success, it was quite a cloudy day so I think a clearer day shot would’ve worked better.
Kyoto station area again, with more emphasis on the road crossing this time.
Kyoto station taxi rank, probably my favourite of this collection!
And finally, inside Kyoto Station, it’s an absolutely amazing place, almost cathedralwith it’s grand ceiling. Again i’d say mixed success, might play around with the focal point a bit, chop the peeps close up at the very bottom.
Hope you enjoyed these pics, here’s the tutorial I used as with the Tokyo shots so so give it a try yourself and let me know which one you like best!