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    Tilt shift photography

    Is anyone else a fan of Tilt Shift Photography?

    If you don't know what this is, it is an effect which makes everything look in miniature.

    It is achieved by over saturating everything, blurring the edges so only certain things are in focus, and if moving video it is speeded up so everything is moving around like little ants. You can make the effect for photos using Photoshop, or for video in After Effects. It's also built into some newer cameras as a special effect. It has been seen used a few times in TV adverts and the last Eurovision Song Contest.

    Here is a great video called The Sandpit, which shows this effect off brilliantly. Enjoy!


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    That's awesome! I am also a big fan of stop motion animation...so crazy!
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    If only the japanese had that when they started to make their Godzilla movies

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