Tilt-shift photography with the Canon S95
In this post we’ll look at how Roham got such a creative miniature (tilt-shift) shot with the Canon S95…
- Photographer: Roham (Photo Gallery)
- Camera: Canon S95
- Shooting mode: Miniature
- ISO: 80
- Aperture: f/4.9
- Shutter speed: 1/640
- Focal length: Telephoto
This shot was taken in Miniature mode. To enable the miniature mode just go to page 72 of the S95 manual for a step-by-step tutorial.
When shooting in miniature mode, you’ll want to shoot at the highest vantage point while looking down on your subject.
Higher vantage points create spectacular “miniature model” effects…which can make cars, trains, cities and even humans appear microscopic.
Using miniature mode creatively, you can also mimic a shallow depth of field…
Photographer Nan Palmero (photo gallery) used miniature mode to creatively show the battlefield at the Alamo. He turned an ordinary tourist shot into something that tells a story. Great job Nan!
Hope you enjoyed this S95 tip-torial…happy shooting!