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Photo of the Day (3.9.10)
Take a closer look. Go on - click the image! Is it a miniature train set? Photoshop trickery? Not quite. Today's Photo of the Day is from Flickr user dileeps, who managed to take this shot of Sienna using a tilt-shift lens.
Tilt-shift lenses have the ability to tilt the plane of focus and shift the camera's line of sight, which can be used to produce the "miniature faking" effect seen above. Sometimes referred to as "smallgantics", it's a trend that's becoming more widespread with the aid of digital processing - so if you see something that looks too small and detailed to be true, you now know what the explanation is.
If you have some tricks up your photo processing sleeves, we want to see them! Submit your photo to Gadling's Flickr Pool and it could be featured as our Photo of the Day!