Wicked tilt-shift time-lapse experiments by Keith Loutit (thanks, Sergio Godoy!)

Wicked tilt-shift time-lapse experiments by Keith Loutit (thanks, Sergio Godoy!)

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alebutula

I think it is a wonderful technique in motion. Congratulations!!!
Any influence of the argentinian fotographer Esteban Pastorino?
check out this link!
http://www.pdnbgallery.com/artists/esteban/
Esteban uses a kind of kite or something like that to shift up his camera. I don’t know what Keith uses….does anybody knows???
bye and sorry for my english!!!

toddsmith

This made my day! It looks like he’s using actual tilt-shift lenses. The effect can be done with a series of blur masks to recreate the depth of field, but the quality of this footage leads me to believe it was done in-camera. It’s a mighty fine experiment, that’s for sure.

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