Space, on tilt
Tilt-shift photography relies on the neat effects of moving the lens of the instrument to capture the whole of a subject without the distortion of perspective lines, which leads to a 3-D effect of seeing a photo subject as a miniature that can be “moved” around in the photo field of focus.
While we lack such tilt-shift lenses in space, digital post-processing can mimic this effect, and give us a sense of cosmic objects like the Horsehead Nebula or the Andromeda Galaxy as “miniatures” that we can manipulate. Some find this miniaturization of the Universe comforting; I find it makes the object more “real” and embraceable as actual structures. To each, his/her own, in this cosmos.