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Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 in Photography |

The Lion City: Singapore model

The artist Keith Loutit presents his latest work, a brutal piece which shows the city of Singapore through tilt shift technique . The city, its climate and traffic views from a unique perspective, like a large model.

Tilt shift technique is the optical or digital processing of the image blur occurs to accommodate the depth of field, obtaining a result of the focused image and the other focus. A formula that captures the viewer’s attention to specific points of the image, giving the feeling of being in a model or miniature.

Loutit slashing work perfectly with this technique. A work that the artist himself explains in his Vimeo page:

To The Lion City, the idea behind the use of tilt shift was to create a focus and distance with which the viewer can experience. The piece was also created to communicate the constant heat and humidity that hits the city.

The accompanying song The Lion City is the composer Adler Miltersen, Sepia Productions.

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