Hamburg tiltshift

I recently spent a couple of days in Hamburg (photos from the trip can be found here) and wanted to try making a short tilt shift video. I used my iPhone for all the filming.. Here is the result. There is a long way to go but you have to begin somewhere, right?

// Stop motion with tilt/shift look

These two stop motion films blow me away! It almost looks like they are made with tilt/shift - but they are actually made with models, making it look like tilt/shift.... very clever!

// Tilt/Shift

Very much inspired by my friend Niels at Dekontrast I have become more and more impressed by the phenomenon ”tilt/shift”. Both pictures and movies made with this technique. So when I found an app to my iPhone that could help me make tilt/shift pictures I didn’t think twice. It works like a charm however you really need to take your pictures from a distance so you get the perspective right. In this post are a couple of the tilt/shift pictures I have been making. Enjoy..

// Hello.. anybody there?

Yes.. I'am here! I'm sorry I haven't been posting more lately but a few things has been working against me. Not only have I been very busy - also my macbook died last week, so right now im working on a old PC from 2001.

The last two weeks I have been working with friend and producer Dennis Ahlgren on making the new record with danish artist Thomas Buttenschøn. This has been really great and it's gonna be a great album! As soon as I get my computer back I will be back with both pictures and video from the sessions.

Also - before my computer died - I have been playing around with the photo technique called tilt/shift (inspired by my friend Niels at these photos will also soon be online.

Anyway ontill I'm back on my computer I will mainly be posting on my twitter, so join me there if you wanna keep up with things.