This is one amazing video I thought I’d share which uses the technique of "Tilt-shift" photography and video recording. It refers to the use of camera movements on small- and medium- format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt for selective focus, often for simulating a miniature scene. The effect is mind-boggling!

For more info on it, check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miniature_faking…!

To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/
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To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/
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To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/
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To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/
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To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/
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To check out all my recent photographs from ‘A Different Perspective’ looking at the relationship of miniature figures in their urban surroundings, check out my flickr! -http://www.flickr.com/photos/jbschamroth/

Both these photographs featured in the ‘Landscape photographer of the year 2010’ exhibition at the National Theatre in London. These are two of my favourite ones- both urban landscapes-
Ryan Wilson - Teenage dreams, so hard to beat - Belfast, Northern Ireland (Urban View- Adult Class)
Sam Cartwright - Double dial in telephone boxes, Lancashire, England (Urban View- Youth Class)
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Both these photographs featured in the ‘Landscape photographer of the year 2010’ exhibition at the National Theatre in London. These are two of my favourite ones- both urban landscapes-
Ryan Wilson - Teenage dreams, so hard to beat - Belfast, Northern Ireland (Urban View- Adult Class)
Sam Cartwright - Double dial in telephone boxes, Lancashire, England (Urban View- Youth Class)
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Both these photographs featured in the ‘Landscape photographer of the year 2010’ exhibition at the National Theatre in London. These are two of my favourite ones- both urban landscapes-

Ryan Wilson - Teenage dreams, so hard to beat - Belfast, Northern Ireland (Urban View- Adult Class)

Sam Cartwright - Double dial in telephone boxes, Lancashire, England (Urban View- Youth Class)

Check out another of BLU’s recent wall-painted animations! -Awe-inspiring to say the least!


"JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit.
After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a tour of European Street Art, tracking the people who communicate messages via the walls. Then, he started to work on the vertical limits, watching the people and the passage of life from the forbidden undergrounds and roofs of the capital…”
These are just some of my favorite photographs of his work…Find out more and see more of his work at http://www.jr-art.net/
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"JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit.
After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a tour of European Street Art, tracking the people who communicate messages via the walls. Then, he started to work on the vertical limits, watching the people and the passage of life from the forbidden undergrounds and roofs of the capital…”
These are just some of my favorite photographs of his work…Find out more and see more of his work at http://www.jr-art.net/
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"JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit.
After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a tour of European Street Art, tracking the people who communicate messages via the walls. Then, he started to work on the vertical limits, watching the people and the passage of life from the forbidden undergrounds and roofs of the capital…”
These are just some of my favorite photographs of his work…Find out more and see more of his work at http://www.jr-art.net/
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"JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit.
After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a tour of European Street Art, tracking the people who communicate messages via the walls. Then, he started to work on the vertical limits, watching the people and the passage of life from the forbidden undergrounds and roofs of the capital…”
These are just some of my favorite photographs of his work…Find out more and see more of his work at http://www.jr-art.net/
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"JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit.

After he found a camera in the Paris subway, he did a tour of European Street Art, tracking the people who communicate messages via the walls. Then, he started to work on the vertical limits, watching the people and the passage of life from the forbidden undergrounds and roofs of the capital…”

These are just some of my favorite photographs of his work…Find out more and see more of his work at http://www.jr-art.net/