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Posted at 01:58 PM ET, 08/08/2011

California in tilt-shift perspective

A general view of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Historic Park is seen from the Buena Vista Bridge in Los Angeles. (KONRAD FIEDLER/BLOOMBERG)

It’s Monday and your lunch has plans for your brain other than work.

That’s why there’s the afternoon pick-u-up.

We noticed this video via Gizmodo this weekend. It uses an interesting adjustment to perspective to show some of California’s skylines and locales.

The video was posted by Vimeo user Ryan Killackey. According to the description Killackey posted alongside the video, the project took over a year and a half and was compiled using over 10,000 photos he shot with his wife.

The video shifts the photos perspective using a tilt-shift effect that makes the people and objects look toy-like.

(Vimeo via Gizmodo)

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Categories:  Video, The Arts, The Lunch Break

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