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    Stop motion anyone?


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    Re: Stop motion anyone?

    Great find

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    Re: Stop motion anyone?

    fantastic work.... interesting that the effect was done in PP

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    Re: Stop motion anyone?

    Really fun series, but it is a lot of work!
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    Re: Stop motion anyone?

    That was really amazing! Can someone explain to me how the tilt effect was done and why it looks that way? I am perplexed.
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    Re: Stop motion anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by sonomichele View Post
    That was really amazing! Can someone explain to me how the tilt effect was done and why it looks that way? I am perplexed.
    He explains it in the interview here,
    http://aerofilm.blogspot.com/2010/02...ector-sam.html


    "The footage was shot as raw NEFs, which I organised and colour graded in Adobe Lightroom. I always shoot raw, as it gives you so much more latitude when grading. These were then output as 720p jpg sequences and quickly stabilised to do the initial edit. Once the edit was mostly locked, all the final footage was re-output at full 2800px resolution, tracked, stabilised and the DOF effect and movement added in Eyeon Fusion, using Frischluft Lenscare. I output the final shots at 1080p. Although most shots stay with the basic tilt-shift effect, some have focus pulls, or more complex depth mattes were built up along with some paint work to allow buildings to drop out of focus next to the in-focus ground. This would not have been possible if I had shot using tilt shift lenses on the camera, which works best with relatively flat landscapes. New York City is anything but flat!"

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