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Tilt-shift style photos

Everybody must have made model kits and made pictures of those model kits as well. So, you know that extreme close pictures make the sharp-depth of your pictures worse and about half of your model kit looks blurred. Actually the same can happen when you take extreme closeups of your children (like Olivér for instance 😉 ) and half of their face is blurred.

Well, thanks to IZ Reloaded I found this great website which can do that effect for every photo you have!! 🙂

Tilt-shifted photo of Revolver Drift's Carina AA63 Coupe
Tilt-shifted photo of Revolver Drift’s Carina AA63 Coupe

As you can see Revolver Drift’s Carina AA63 Coupe almost looks like a real scale model now!

Tilt-shifted photo of AEU86 meeting in Limburg
Tilt-shifted photo of the AE86-es at the AEU86 meeting in Limburg

And I did the same for this great photograph at the AEU86 meeting in Limburg. It really looks like it was set on some scalemodel environment in this picture!

You can try it yourself here:
Tiltshift Maker

Carina Sightings: Revolver Drift’s AA63 Carina Coupe

About two months ago Revolver Drift posted some really nice pictures of his AA63 Carina Coupe near Bukit Tinggi. I asked his permission to post them on my blog as well but didn’t have the time to post it here: there was always another Carina Sighting and I kept moving it forward. So, finally the pictures are here:
Revolver Drift's AA63 Carina Coupe rear view
Revolver Drift’s AA63 Carina Coupe from the rear

Revolver Drift's AA63 Carina Coupe rear view
Revolver Drift’s AA63 Carina Coupe from the rear

Revolver Drift's AA63 Carina Coupe front view
Revolver Drift’s AA63 Carina Coupe front view

Revolver Drift is from Malaysia and his AA63 Carina Coupe features a 4AGE 20v blacktop. The deep dish rims on his coupe fit very nice to the coupe body type. I don’t think it would look that well on a sedan. Also the mesh grille looks quite aggressive with the big headlights. If I only could get a mesh grille for mine…

Thanks to Revolver Drift for allowing me to post his pictures here! If you want to read more, his blog is located here:
Revolver Drift’s blog

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