By Mark Frauenfelder at 9:09 am Thu, Jun 19, 2008
copy/paste will always get the better of us
I keep getting a message saying the “video no longer exists”.
An admirable experiment, but I’m not so sure the results were worth the expenditure.
Here is another fun tilt-shift time-lapse http://www.xrez.com/gallery/yosemite/xRez_yose15.html . This was made with a different technique. The image was projected onto a DEM (digital elevation model) and rendered in 3D allowing the camera to move as well as rendering accurate tilt-shift.
Here is the original application of this technique…
Shooped tilt-shifts never seem to look right.
Thanks for the link. What a beautiful video.I want it to go on and on.
I’ve never seen the tilt-shift effect before and now have some research to go do. Very exciting.
I agree. It’s go easy to do with the proper camera too.
I see the tilt effect, but not the shift, if that makes sense.
I looked at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden page, it seems strange to me that they credit the music for the time-lapse but not the photography.
I was expecting to see something that had used a real tilt-shift lens (Photoshop doesn’t count) and had be slowly adjusted over time achieve some neat effect. This is simply a time-lapsed video with a Photoshop filter. Still, it was interesting. But the title isn’t accurate.
I loved the music
Oh, and that their botanical garden has more than cacti.
nice job! http://keithloutit.com is worth a look also.
What is this song?
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