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Tilt–Shift Time-Lapse "The Lion City" By Keith Loutit


HighTone

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Very good and unique using a Tilt shift. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

nedy77

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impressive work! must have spent lots of time working on that
 

Redshutter

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Yes, very nice! :)

By the way, am I missing something? Does anyone know how he do the rain-like blur that moves across the buildings over time? Tilt-shift effect or after-effects post processing?

Pardon my noob question. lol
 

HighTone

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Yes, very nice! :)

By the way, am I missing something? Does anyone know how he do the rain-like blur that moves across the buildings over time? Tilt-shift effect or after-effects post processing?

Pardon my noob question. lol
Actually I also wish to know. very interesting way to process.
 

eleveninth

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Germs said:
What do you mean the lens system he is using? You mean it's not the usual Canon TS-E lens?
no. he describes it on the video description
 

catchlights

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basically he is using the tilt and shift of a large format camera / lenses set up, attaching the DSLR to it, so you don't see any wide angle shots on the tilt shift effect, cos the shorter large format lenses is 47mm.
 

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