If you're interested in making tilt-shift photography, you have a couple of options. Sure, you can fake it with Photoshop, but if you want true tiltshift photography, it's going to cost you. However, there is an alternative, a simple point-and-shoot which has a lens that can help you get started. The NeinGrenze 5000T, a Japanese digital lomo camera. It has no optical zoom, only clocks in at five-megapixels, and will cost you $150 if you can even find one. You can't even get a Lensbaby for that price, let alone a full-blown tiltshift lens for your DSLR.