What I see and sometimes think...
With Tilt/Shift style photography, what's cool is when you take a picture of a relatively large object (Car, building, et cetera), and do the tilt/shift effect. It ends up looking like a miniature/toy.
I don't get it...what does it do? Looks like a regular photo to me.
It lets you adjust the focus point and color saturation. In this example photo, I changed it so only the dog's head is in focus. If you apply it to a larger scene, as Nick said, you can make things look like small models since in normal long distance photography you have a larger depth of field. By blurring out parts of the photo, you give the illusion of a shorter depth of field.
Ah, I get it! Cool.
it looks like a ghost... cool!
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