The tilt function can be used isolate subject matter in visually provoking ways. One’s imagination is the limiting factor, and perhaps one’s patience in finding just the right angle for the subject, and the right amount of tilt.
Two examples are shown below of “tunnel vision”, which can be very helpful in scenes that lend themselves to it.
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