Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Sandpit / Sam O’Hare

And last, but certainly not least, here is my favorite video that employs the use of tilt/shift. The Sandpit by Sam O’Hare is pretty much just like Coachelletta (or rather Coachelletta is just like The Sandpit seeing as how The … Continue reading

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Coachelletta / Sam O’Hare

Okay, so I’ve talked about a couple of videos for a while now but haven’t really done anything about it. Well… here it is. This video, Coachelletta, is… well… it’s just plain awesome. I mean, it’s kind of hard to … Continue reading

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Applications /

Alright, so it’s about time that I actually talk about how this stuff works – the ways it’s used, the desired effects, how it is accomplished, etc. So let’s get on with it. The first application of tilt/shift I’m going … Continue reading

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Sound / Scape

Alright, so I wasn’t really sure what I should do for a soundscape-type-deal for photography. All I could really think of was some sort of sound collage made from camera sounds, and an added city soundscape seeing as how tilt/shift … Continue reading

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Info / Graphics

Okay, so here’s a little info graphic I did. I figured that, since this is a photography blog (of sorts), I’d get some info on large cities and see how often they are tagged in photos. So the info is … Continue reading

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