Finally, after a very long time I've posted my (hopefully) comprehensive tutorial: "Tilt-Shift: A DIY Guide". It's doing the rounds right now, and I'm pleased to see that most people like it :) I should thank my friends at photojojo for publishing it in their newsletter this week too :)
So far, it's been on: photojojo, hackaday (the comments are hilarious), 1001 noisy cameras, petapixel, diyphotography.net, reddit(!) and even ye olde overclockers.com.au. There have been a staggering number of pageviews too (well, staggering for me, anyway - 20k views in 18 hours!).
I also made up a print version using magcloud. Inexplicably, it's made it as a featured issue on magcloud:
...which is pretty awesome :)
We received a copy of the printed out magazine in the mail, and so far it's lived up to expectations. The saddle stitching isn't anything to get too excited about, but it's neatly done and printed out on heavy, glossy paper. It works fine for 32 pages, but I can't imagine that this would scale up very well - if it was 64 pages, I'd not be so sure about the saddle stitching. However, they do have a 'perfect binding' option now, which might be a better choice if you have many pages.
For what it's worth, I like the feel of the finished result - as I mentioned, it feels heavy, and the high-resolution print process does produce some lovely images. I'm afraid my poor shot of the finished result (in terrible lighting!) above doesn't really do it justice. Once I get some expert opinions, I'll write up a proper review of the printed result.