... or the mi-newt fencing market!
This rather clever piece of online software transforms photographs so that they appear to be taken using a photography technique called 'Tilt-shift':
Proper tilt-shift photography requires the use of special lenses, that can be very expensive. This software, although possibly considered cheating, can produce some quite nice effects, and seems to work quite well with photographs of newt fencing, often not the most photogenic subject. The effect produces a very shallow depth of field and often makes the subject appear as though it were miniature.
See our examples below:
More information about tilt-shift photography can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilt-shift_photography