It’s a 3D printable tilt-shift lens adaptor, which is currently being featured on Instructables. The plans can be downloaded and printed for free from thingaverse and instructables.
Here are some reasons why this is a killer project:
- It’s cheap – Even if you add in the cost of the 3D printer this project is still less than a professional tilt shift lens, giving comparable results and using less than $1’s worth of plastic filament.
- It’s durable – it will stand up to the wear and tear in your bag (unlike other DIY solutions).
- It’s creative commons – modify, edit, re-mix, remake – it’s yours baby!
I love tilt-shift photography, and love tilt-shift movies even more. Check out this one shot around New York City.
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