GIMP 2.10 Tutorial: Miniature Effect

GIMP 2.10 Tutorial: Miniature Effect

05.07.2019
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In this GIMP 2.10.12 tutorial, I show you how to create a miniature effect, a.k.a. a “Tilt Shift” effect, in this photo manipulation tutorial. The goal of this effect is to mimic that look of a macro lens taking a photo of miniature models using a life size photo.

I will performing this technique using the G’MIC plugin, a free and versatile plugin for GIMP. I will use the Blur [Depth of Field] feature.

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