A photography technique that makes real environments and people look like scenes out of a diorama has found its way into TV spots. Tilt-shift photography originated in print ads, including a perfect application of it in a Toys ‘R’ Us print campaign called Everything’s Toys where real cityscapes were depicted as miniature toys. The technique is now being used for TV spots, such as the one for National Australia Bank highlighted by AdFreak.
For the gamer set, the visual result of tilt-shift photography video might be most notable for how much it makes reality look like an isometric video game.
Watch it at AdFreak.