Tilt-Shifting Up on the Roof

Sorry, this post has nothing to do with the James Taylor song “Up on the Roof.” The name only refers to the place where I took these pictures.

It seems as though I’ve stumbled into the wonderful world of tilt-shift, where anything can look kinda fake-ish or like some kind of concept architectural model… but that’s what’s cool about it!

The real cool thing about tilt-shift photo taking is that it gives you an excuse to get to the top of something, since you need a good high-angle. This time, that something was the roof of the Don Morris building at Abilene Christian University. My whole photography class was there with me. So, these aren’t just high angle photos in the gallery after the jump. They’re also photos of what happens when you put a small army of JMC majors on top of a roof… Enjoy!

Also, remember that poll about that mashup I posted up a while back… it’s still open! I’d like to get a few more responses before I close it so head over there now, if you haven’t already. Thank you!

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