This is a Photoshop technique that (kind of) duplicates what a tilt-shift lens can do. A good tilt-shift lens runs $900+, so I'll settle for the Photoshop technique.
We went up to the "Y" mountain today and I thought looking down over Seen Peaks would be a good candidate for a tilt-shift. Essentially, the technique uses depth of field to trick you into thinking what you're seeing is miniaturized, when in reality, it's not. I got this trick out of a photography magazine a while ago, but I can't remember all the steps they used. This is a culmination of what I do remember, and what I know about Photoshop. If anyone is interested in the technique, let me know and I'll tell you how I did it: