Tilt Shift

Simulates the shallow depth of field normally encountered in close-up photography, which makes the scene seem much smaller than it actually is. This filter assumes the scene is relatively planar, in which case the part of the scene that is completely in focus can be described by a line (the intersection of the focal plane and the scene). An example of a planar scene might be looking at a road from above at a downward angle. The image is then blurred with a blur radius that starts at zero on the line and increases further from the line.

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