Above we obviously have Shibuya Crossing, taken from an overpass inside the station, this shot works pretty well as it’s taken from a nice high angle.
Next is a shot of Ueno, looking down towards the lake. Again it works quite nicely being a downward shot, the sparse scattering of people is nice too.
I decided to try some ground-level shots to see how the effect changed them, I like how this shot of Asakusa really draws your attention to the foreground now but that huge temple is still very much part of the shot.
Again a low-level shot, blurring the background and ramping up the contrast really add to the visual goodness in this shot!
A rather funky Shinjuku night shot, the hedge in the middle of the street looks so perfect it could really be a model! 🙂
Last but not least is this shot of Shibuya Bus Station, not the first time i’ve used this shot but the tilt-shift effect really changes it I think! the buses look so bright and perfect – reminds me of toys I had when I was a kid!
Hope you enjoyed these pics, this is the tutorial I used so give it a try yourself!