How to Create Lensbaby Tilt-Shift Photo Effect in Photoshop

In this photoshop photo effects tutorial, i will show you how to create fake tilt-shift photo effect in photoshop. You can take any normal photo you like and turn it into a stunning lensbaby tilt-shift image with Photoshop’s powerful tools.
It’s simple! With just a few adjustment layers and the all-important Lens Blur you can turn any photo into a miniaturized, highly stylized photograph. Let’s get started!

Lensbaby Tilt-Shift Photo Effect Tutorial :

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Open up image & duplicate it (CTRL+J)

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When creating or taking a tilt-shift photo, make sure that you’re above the area you are capturing or using a photo at that angle.

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press (Q) to edit in Quick Mask Mode.

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Select your Gradient Tool (G)

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Select the type of gradient as Reflected Gradient

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make sure Foreground to Background with the colors being black and white

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select which area you want the focus to be

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Drag your gradient with a small stroke

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Everything inside the red gradient is what will be the focus point. Everything outside it will be blurred.

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press (Q) again to get out of Quick Mask Mode and back into Standard Mode

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The red gradient will now turn into a selection area

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Now go to Filter – Blur – Lens Blur

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You may play around with the settings but the default works just fine for this.

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Focus is set, it’s time to apply some adjustment layers

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Increase vibrance to make colors look plastic

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Increase contrast

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Add apply image command to make contrast applied only to bright areas

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Same way add exposure

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Again add apply image but this time make exposure applied only to shadows

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That’s it. we’re done.

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