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Monday, 27 February 2012

Tips and Tricks Series 3: Tilting the camera

Here is a simple trick which I know sometimes we don't see as useful. But for me its a good compositional trick. Tilting the camera.

To do this you need to hold the middle of the mouse and hold CTRL key of your keyboard at the same time; while holding both drag your mouse. Observe the rotation is different from orbit when you just hold the middle key of your mouse. This time you can make the camera tilting from left to right.

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