The Lion City

Tiltshift to da max!

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+7 1. fjwjr commented 6 years ago

Looked more like a passing shockwave.
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+4 2. schlafanzyk commented 6 years ago

Awesome visuals!
Makes you wanna move to Singapore, until you learn about their drug laws :D
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+4 3. cameramaster commented 6 years ago

Amazing stuff, sadly the last time I used tilt shift was many years ago when i was working for a pro lab/ studio...using their gear, I wish i could afford my own :-(
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+4 4. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

Tilt shift almost to the absurd. Is it necessary to blur the image? Anyway, I'd like to see a full length movie using this frequently.
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+2 5. kaleemyork commented 6 years ago

Beeeeautiful city . . .
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+3 6. Noobeater commented 6 years ago

People sure like their toy cities.
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-2 7. Tarc commented 6 years ago

This is too excessive, so much that it often does *not* look like a toy city.
It's like buying an expensive equipment and go crazy with it, not too artistic because it's like turning a knob from 0% to 100%

Also, some scenes are poorly chosen (e.g the trees) so the tilt-shift effect is not even visible