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    Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Awesome video and music:

    http://www.vimeo.com/9679622

    Until about 8 seconds in, I honestly thought it was a very intricate model...

    For the photography geeks there is a link underneath that describing how they achieved the mini-effect. 35,000 individual photographs and lots of post-processing, in short.

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    was muted, but thats an awesome movie... 35000 stills... sounds like a challenge

    I'd love to make a video along the same lines! i'm far too lazy though

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Anyone else recognise 37 seconds off GTA IV?

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Stunning video. Thanks.

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Quote Originally Posted by matty-hodgson View Post
    Anyone else recognise 37 seconds off GTA IV?
    lol, i was amazed how much i was like "thats just like san andreas" - especially the helipad

    i was waiting for someone to gun them all down and fly off in the chopper!!

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    That was stunning! Is it just the narrow depth of field that gives tilt-shift lenses that effect, or something else?


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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    the narrow depth of field (or rather a band of focus across the picture) and the colours will have been edited for a different contrast...
    http://www.visualphotoguide.com/tilt...iature-scenes/

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Very impressive!

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Quote Originally Posted by mmh View Post
    the narrow depth of field (or rather a band of focus across the picture) and the colours will have been edited for a different contrast...
    http://www.visualphotoguide.com/tilt...iature-scenes/
    Thanks for the link - I think I'll try it out.

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    Cool, I liked the construction zones and the close-in shots of the traffic and pedestrians the best
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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    A copy-cat, but this time for San-Francisco:

    http://www.petapixel.com/2010/09/28/...ft-time-lapse/

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    Re: Slow-moving Giant's-eye-view of New York

    seen a few like this the tilt shift effect is well done, theres another about that has a sea rescue demo in it is great to watch

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