April 03, 2012

A trippy “Shining”

Topi Kauppinen creates a really uncanny effect, turning 2D stills from The Shining into 3D:

He explains the process on Vimeo:

“The overlapping parts must be photoshopped [*Cough* — Adobe brand cops] so that in the end everything comes together without any seams or texture repetition. The Content Aware Fill feature found in Photoshop CS5 is a godsend for this type of work.”

[Via]

Posted by John Nack at 5:57 AM on April 03, 2012

Comments

  • Jack — 1:03 AM on April 04, 2012

    What’s with the “cough brand cops thing” – one would think a company would be overjoyed to get to the point where someone uses their product as THE verb for what it does.

    [One would, but that’s now how trademark law works. –J.]

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