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Urban Tilt-Shift: Portraying New York

Sam O’Hare took about 35,000 photos and invested 5 days for post-processing for that great New York tilt-shift video. I was really astonished when I saw it some minutes ago!

[vimeo 9679622 The Sandpit]

The video, which is called “The Sandpit – A day in the life of New York City, in miniature”, shows great impressions of the street life in New York in a technically perfect way, although it’s actually a fake tilt-shift…

“The entire shoot was completed in 5 days and two evenings, during the hottest week of August 2009. Many thanks go to all the people who gave me access to rooftops, penthouses and balconies to shoot from.”
(Sam O’Hare Interview)

What I like most are the rooftop perspectives and the night shots – It’s an amazing appeal!

Via kwerfeldein.de.

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