Posts Tagged ‘Tilt-Shift’

OMG, This Two-Minute Video of San Francisco is Awesome – “62 Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse Sequences” from 30K Photos

Monday, October 8th, 2012

This one from Jeremy Williams looks like it was a lot of work.

It’s for the ages, a masterpiece:

Via CastroBiscuit

“I captured 30,000 photos over ten months of everything I love about San Francisco. The end result required 750 hours of rendering to generate 62 tilt shift timelapse sequences.

Equipment used:
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 7D
Canon 17 – 40 f/4L
Canon 28mm f/1.8
Canon 24 – 70mm f/2.8L
Canon 70 – 200mm f/2.8L
Canon 100 – 400mm f/4.5 – 5.6L

Special thanks:
Chris MacDougall, Chris Wachter, Thomas Quinlan, Jessica Turk, Max Kent, John Bordalampe, Ashley Dever, Han Nguyen, Kelly Gube, Andrew Kaplan, Katie O’Brien, David Burk, Sean Dallaskidd, Brandi Friel and of course Kai Brunner”

Japanese Tea Garden Tilt-Shift, From a Time When They Really Had Free Admission Hours

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Now, I guess that they still have free admission hours still, but the amount of time is about 90% less than what they had before.

That’s part of the reason why the Tea Garden is FOR TOURISTS ONLY these days.

And oh, admission is $7 a head nowadays. (What? They have a website now? Well, imagine that. They didn’t a few years back…)

You’re going to have to click to expand to see the effect:

Old school 24mm 3.5 – bought it used, played with it, sold it

Will I ever return to this place ever again in my life?

Probably not.