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  1. zach says

    i forget what this kind of lens work is called . . . anyone? a part of me loves it, the other part hates how easily manipulated my mind is into believing this is some kind of stop-motion animation. we’re all slaves of our own programming, i guess.

  2. Duncan Osborne says

    The author says he didn’t use tilt shift, but added the effect that tilt shift produces in post-production. This film was assembled from 35,000 still shots.

    Some shots were done on a tripod and a gorillapod (Never heard of that before) while others were hand held. He says he removed the wobble in the hand held shots in post. I was wondering how he did that.

    Nice.

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