TiltShift Generator is a new iPhone photo effector application by Takayuki Fukatsu. Currently in development and available in the AppStore soon, TiltShift Generator builds on Takayuki's previous iPhone apps ( ToyCamera, QuadCamera) to deliver something quite unique. For those unfamiliar with the TiltShift term:Â the method refers to the use ofÂ camera by tilting theÂ lensÂ relative to theÂ image planeÂ and using a largeÂ apertureÂ to achieve a very shallowÂ depth of field ( wikipedia).
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