Tilt Shift Cincinnati

One week ago, I shared the following video on facebook (via Randy Simes from UrbanCincy.com) with the tagline “OK, who wants to make a sweet tilt shift video like this in Cincinnati?”

And to my great surprise one week later, Justin Todhunter replied with “Challenge accepted” and posted the following tilt shift video of Cincinnati with the teaser “Just getting the hang of it. Better ones to come”:

Justin is the mandolin player in the band The Freddies (you know, like Jake Speed and the Freddies). According to the band’s website, he “strums and picks on the tiniest of little old mandolins.” Justin allowed me to share his video and also some of his tilt shift photos from the Carew Tower’s Observation Deck:

Another example of tilt shift videography comes via UrbanCincy.com which shared the following video of the University of Cincinnati’s campus by Brian Spitzig:

One last example of tilt shift, this shot from construction near Great American Ballpark in 2008 by way of flickr user Tropwell:

Tilt Shift Construction by flickr user Tropewell

Do you know of any other tilt shift videos of Cincinnati? Share them in the comments below, thanks!

Advertisements
Comments
5 Responses to “Tilt Shift Cincinnati”
  1. anniekerr says:

    Hello from Columbus, OH! I was just in Cincinnati with my son over the weekend, taking tilt shift photos. He forwarded your page to me this morning. Here’s a link to my flickr stream with the shots I got.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/anniekerrphotography/

    Love this effect – it’s a lot of fun!

    Thanks!

    • Seth says:

      Hi Annie- Those shots are beautiful, thanks so much for sharing!

      • anniekerr says:

        Thank you, Seth. I’m not a videographer, but your blog post is inspiring! Next time I’m in town with more than a couple of hours to play with I’ll have to see what I can come up with.

        Warm Regards…

  2. Boom Lift says:

    This is so incredible! Great pictures/videos! Tit-shift photography always amazes me, no matter how many times I see it.

  3. Their biggest threats are smaller, newer,
    and local brands that are entering the market by selling their products online and
    building a loyal market base through social media.
    The service offered by them depends on the client’s
    needs, thus helping in the generation of higher income for your business.
    You should also do some market research analysis on
    Google, and Yahoo, and MSN, so that you know which search terms people are searching for the most.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: