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Desc:Tiltshifted Wrestlemania with The Wolverines as soundtrack
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:wrestling, hulk, wrestlemania, hulkamania, The Wolverines
Submitted:VoodooSmurf
Date:02/04/12
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Comment count is 13
themilkshark
Just like sitting in the cheap seats.
citrusmirakel
Huh?
spikestoyiu
I hate to nitpick over something as stupid as pro wrestling, but this isn't a Wrestlemania.

Now I'm going to go take a shower.
Cena_mark
Wrestling is awesome. You obviously have and I.Q. too low to appreciate it.

Cena_mark
This is actually Hogan's own Australian tour. He gathered all his has been friends and started his own show down under.

spikestoyiu
No shit it's Hogan's own tour: the whole thing is padded with Hogan's buddies. Fucking Eugene.

memedumpster
I love this camera trick, I want to see a war zone filmed like this.
RocketBlender
What exactly is it? It honestly makes this look like a stop motion video done with really good models to me.

memedumpster
Apparently it's called tiltshifting, which is a word I just learned with this video.

Dude, look at this...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk9EBOOAYiU

You can't say that's not fucking awesome! Like if Mister Rogers was God.

spikestoyiu
Digg was a huge fan of tiltshifting like 3 years ago. Everything was either tiltshifted or shot in HDR. It was just awful.

RocketBlender
Okay, that's actually REALLY cool. I wonder if any of the film kids I knew from school know anything about it.

RocketBlender
From a friend who was doing film school:
"The lenses actually move around relative to each other, changing the focal length (I think that's the correct term in this situation) within a frame. Essentially one area will be in focus, the other area forced out of focus by the tilted/shifted lens. It's an awesome effect. One of my favorite uses is this video: http://youtu.be/lL87tiCpOpw"
RocketBlender
needless to say, that was supposed to be in response to our thread, memedumpster.

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