Take a Tilt-Shift Trip to Disneyland Paris

Submitted by: ffi 5 years ago Misc

Wow, Disneyland--even with all the tourists--actually looks awesome here.
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Male 3,076
I love this efect it look so fake XD
Like a miniatur city.
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Male 256
Where are the Germans when you need them?
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Male 916
`s not a filter... it`s a photoshop effect (done in something like after effects, in this case). you ramp up the image colours and contrast a little then divide it into three horizontal sections sections and blur the top and bottom sections. works best with panoramic shots.
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Female 155
That looked great, I went years ago with my family to Disneyland Paris. It sucked majorly considering it took a 45 minute wait for the teacups alone. the photography makes it looks beautiful though.
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Male 25,416
Disneylamd is awesome
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Female 2,674
Wait what. That was real? It felt like I was in Mr. Roger`s Neighborhood of Make-Believe. And I liked it!
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Male 3
i love that camera filter. makes everything so bright and clean.... they should use it on new york
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Male 1,557
Disneyland Paris is wonderful, but it`s not as good as the American Disney resorts.
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Male 758
Ah ha! I`ve been trying for WEEKS to remember what this particular style was called! Thanks to whoever posted it. I was wanting to get my girlfriend to try this style while I`m bashing my Revo (r/c), but I could not remember what it was called.
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Male 181
Wow - that looks incredibly expensive.
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Male 1,523
that was beastin
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Female 2,525
It looks like a tiny fairy world! Cute!
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Male 4,746
Everything is smaller in Paris.
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Male 2,690
Looks awesome, very effective form of photography.
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Male 165
No.
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Male 612
man i love tilt shift photography.
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Male 1,287
I never knew about tilt-shift photography. That was fascinating and cool. Thanks I-A-B & Angelmassb

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Female 515
What exactly is so awesome about it; it looks exactly like Disneyland in California to me...
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Male 15,510
Lmao its like the new version of SIM Park. By the way according wikipedia:

""Tilt-shift photography" 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. Sometimes the term is used when the shallow depth of field is simulated with digital postprocessing; the name may derive from the tilt-shift lens normally required when the effect is produced optically."
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Male 1,021
France is rude. They don`t get "the happiest place"concept because they live such miserable lives.
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Male 725
Loved the attention to detail! That must have taken months, if not years, to create!
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Male 330
Disneyland Paris sucks. If you live in the US, save yourself the overseas flight and just go to the one in Florida. If you live in Europe, shell out the cash to go to Florida haha. The staff at the Paris one are completely unfriendly -- I think I heard "It`s not possible" in a snooty french accent at least 2 dozen times in 2 days. It`s Disney World man... everything`s supposed to be possible.

I kinda like tilt-shift though... It`s interesting to be sure.
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Male 37,909

McGovern1981 - [quote]" I wanna make an evil theme park has anyone done that yet???" [/quote]

It`s called West Hollywood.
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Male 14,330
Fairytale bulls**t disney crap I wanna make an evil theme park has anyone done that yet???
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Female 843
I`m not quite getting the caption. I went to Disney in Florida when I was a kid and I thought it was a pretty awesome place. I can`t wait to take my son there in a few years.
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Male 37,909

Tilt-Shift is weird... cool/weird the way it makes everything look like a toy world.
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Male 2,551
Disneyland paris isn`t that great. That being said, I`m not a huge fan of rollercoasters or things of that nature, and dont have any other disneylands to compare it to.
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Female 156
Link: Take a Tilt-Shift Trip to Disneyland Paris [Rate Link] - Wow, Disneyland--even with all the tourists--actually looks awesome here.
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