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Sep 12, 2015 20:09 |  #1

Anyone see the Late Show sequence they play towards the beginning of every show? It's looks to be a tilt shift time lapse and it's stunning. What I'm wondering is..is it real or cgi?


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Sep 12, 2015 20:29 |  #2

I haven't seen it, although knowing Stephen, well, anything is possible, a lot like the Jon Stewart shows!

Hey, if there is a link to one of those clips, it'd be cool to see!


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Sep 13, 2015 08:20 |  #3

It looks like real video. Scroll down.

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Sep 13, 2015 11:03 as a reply to  @ Picture North Carolina's post |  #4

Nice! Thanks for the link, I looked a bit and didn't find anything.


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Sep 13, 2015 11:20 |  #5

Watching the skyscrapers, each one becomes entirely in focus. Doesn't TS tend to focus on only a portion of tall buildings at one time? IE if bottom of building is in focus, top typically is not?

It does look fantastic though!


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Sep 13, 2015 16:27 |  #6

Hey, I don't know about the technology involved, but it was nice to see Stephen doing his "thing"!


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