Sunday, August 15

Wacker Drive

One of the more popular trends in digital photography these days is mimicking the use of a tilt-shift lens. Essentially, it makes whatever you are photographing look as if it's on a miniature scale. It's also used in video production as well. The Museum of Science & Industry has one of the coolest model train set ups I've ever seen. The entire downtown Loop of Chicago is recreated on a miniature scale, including tiny hipsters wearing itty bitty ironic t-shirts. This is the scene on Wacker Drive. 

Photo by Michael Patrick Perry-Feel free to use images with links and credit – no commercial use without permission

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