Miniature scenes from the ocean, Gothenburg city and Strömstad all on the Swedish west coast. All edits and post processing done on a wee MacBook Pro 13". Most of the scenes with zoom and pan are output as 3K (3072 x 1728) high-res intermediate videos downsampled in iMovie by the simple Ken Burns crop tool. I shot around 10.000 RAW-images for the film but not all of them ended up in the final editing. I used a homemade rapid interval timer for some of the scenes, shooting continous up to 3 frames/sec for smooth motion. Footage stabilization and deflickering managed in VirtualDub with the Deflicker and Deshaker plugins. For the tilt-shift effect I used Alien Skin Software's plugin 'Bokeh' in Photoshop, some of the scenes were processed with their latest plugin 'Exposure 3' for filmic looks in classic Technicolor. Let me just say it took ages to develop and render thousands of high-res frames...

Equipment used: Nikon D300 / D300s, Nikkor AF-S 70-200/2.8 VR, Nikkor AF-S 17-55/2.8, Nikon TC-17EII Teleconverter, DIY Nikon 10-pin Rapid Interval Timer (RIT), Manfrotto 035 SuperClamp w/ ball head 488RC2, Manfrotto 745B video tripod.

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