Tilt Shift Photography in Post Production

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The Sandpit from Sam O’Hare on Vimeo.

As a proud owner of a digital point-and-shoot, I’m entirely unqualified to speak about photography. I dream of macro lenses and time lapse, but until they invent the 72 hour day, I’ll be sticking with music as a hobby.

I get the photo bug every once in a while, usually after seeing someone’s amazing work. That’s what happened when I discovered Sam O’Hare and tilt-shift photography. I chose to post this particular video because I was impressed to find that Sam didn’t use a tilt-shift lens at all to create the effect, but instead did the whole thing in post production.

Here’s a wonderful little interview with Sam over at Aero Film that explains his process.

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June 21, 2011

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    Let’s not forget Tilt-shift extraordinaire Keith Loutit http://vimeo.com/keithloutit. I have to say I like tilt shift better when it happens in the lens rather than post processing.

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    August 15, 2011

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    @Kris: Thanks or the link. I think I prefer tilt-shift lens too. The time alone it would take to process thousands of individual frames would drive me crazy.

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