Jeff Fries - 2009-03-11 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilt-shift_miniature_faking:
"It is perhaps improper to refer to this technique as 'tilt-shifting'. These more detailed digital 'fakes' do not simulate the effect of tilt-shifting per se, rather it merely simulates the effect of photographing a miniature, and to a much more realistic effect than a tilt-shifted photograph."
dododge - 2009-03-14 In this particular case, the creator does claim (in the associated vimeo discussion) to use an actual tilt-shift lens and careful timing.
fluffy - 2009-06-19 Yeah, this is real tilt-shift. This video inspired a bunch of my coworkers to buy tilt-shift lenses because they want to be tilt-shift dilettantes. I can't say I disapprove.
Ghoul - 2009-03-11 Some of the coolest Warhammer terrain i've ever seen!
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-03-11 Hang on Red Shirt, keep your head above water! The chopper is on it's way!
:D HAPPY ENDING!!
MrBuddy - 2009-03-11 I knew that was going to happen. Do you think they have to use that helicopter very often? Do you think that scene was staged?