Tilt-Shift Drift Video: Awesome, But I Don’t Get It.

I don’t have a clue of how this is done, but this is apparently a real drift event filmed through a tilt shift camera.  I think it is absolutely awesome, but I don’t have any clue of how it works, which bothers me.  That being said, watch it, enjoy it, and then could somebody please explain to me what the heck tilt-shift photography is?  I read the wikipedia, and I can’t wrap my head around it.  Now all I can think of is the fast talking micro machines guy.

Jeremy Nutt

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3 thoughts to “Tilt-Shift Drift Video: Awesome, But I Don’t Get It.”

  1. The lens is on a bellows so it can tilt independent from the camera focal plain…the tilt flattens out the perceived depth of field and point of focus, depending on the tilt.
    Think of ‘beer goggles’ dude!

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