Tilt-shift: Busselton Jetty

Martin Pot

Joined July 2007

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This is another photo tilt-shifted using the technique described in Faking Tilt-Shift – a Tutorial for Realistic Miniaturised Photos.

This is the famous Busselton jetty, which is the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, and is apparently one of the most photographed man-made structures in Western Australia.

This photo was taken from the top of the Jetty Point Lighthouse, and the tilt-shift focus point was set as being the blue buildings that make up the Interpretive Centre.

-featured in the Western Australia group in March 2011
-featured in the Vanishing Point group in March 2011
-featured in the Tilt-Shift Photography group in April 2013

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