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An American Junction: A Tiltshift Timelapse

Below is a tiltshift timelapse of a junction in Pittsburgh, running at over 9 minutes at 30 frames per second with one photograph captured every second it was produced using the IPad 3 and Miniatures:   Miniatures adds a tiltshift effect to each frame, making creating HD timelapses amazingly easy…

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High on London: Tilt-Shift City

The clip below  was filmed and produced start to finish in 12 hours by Matt Gosden and Rob Rackstraw. Hats off to Matt and Rob as its fantastic: The sequence was captured using an Olympus E-PL1.

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Sketches of Boston Traffic: Tilt-Shift Timelapse

Sundays are somehow made for posts on the use of tilt-shift and timelapse photography in cities. The clip below by Patrick Johnson captures traffic in Boston: Sketches of Boston Traffic – #7 from Patrick Johnson on Vimeo. The clip is number 7 in a series of sketches on Boston traffic…

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Digital City / City 2.0 Video

We don’t have much information on this one but its really nice. Sometimes thats the best way, finding neat clips that only have a few views (32 in this case) and giving them a showcase. We have added a ‘retweet’ button to the top right of our posts as a…

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Colorama – Tilt Shift – Large and Small

At the moment our iMac round the back of the office is churning out our first ‘fake’ tiltshift test. Its been running for 3 days and has given the poor thing a notable level of screen burn, while that processes and we wait for the results, below is how it…

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Small Life

We really need to take two days out and do a tilt-shift timelapse of London, the clip below is both charming and inspiring: Small Life in Saxon Switzerland from Christoph Schaarschmidt on Vimeo. Picked up via UrbanTick

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Tilt Shift Mini Cities – Scenes from a Rooftop

Scenes from a rooftop from Paul Johannessen on Vimeo. Regular readers will know that we are big fans of tilt shift imagery – see our Tilt Shift thread for various movies, photography tips and tutorials. The latest addition above is by Paul Johannessen shot using a Panasonic HVX200, in 1080…

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