Awesome Albania (Time Lapse – Aerial – Tilt- Shift) is a tilt-shift time-lapse aerial film by Joerg Daiber. In this film, Joerg has blended the popular tilt-shift and time-lapse techniques with aerial drone photography, and the results are spectacular. Albania is in Southeast Europe on the Balkan peninsula. While it doesn’t receive nearly as many […]
Three years ago we featured the work of Keith Loutit with his video The Lion City, a stunning timelapse video of Singapore in miniature. If you have been wondering what his next video will be then behold! The Lion City II – Majulah. It’s only June but this is probably going to be the best […]
SUMMER BARCELONA is a day in the life of Barcelona, in miniature. Filmed during 2012 summer by Pau García Laita.
The Lion City by Singapore-based videographer Keith Loutit showcases Singapore through this stunning tilt-shift time-lapse video. Tilt-shift creates the illusion of the image being in miniature, so the metro trains of Singapore are reduced to looking like a toy-train set wizzing by little plastic buildings. It looks so unreal but I can assure you that […]
It’s always a buzz to see how others interpret your home city, so I was especially pleased to see Miniature Melbourne from Nathan Kaso. This tilt-shift time-lapse film was shot around Melbourne over 10 months and features different festivals and events held in the city.
Vimeo: Sights of Jordan. I have been featuring a number of videos recently from Visit Jordan. This one is a compilation of the best of Jordan, featuring Amman, Petra, Dead Sea, Jerash, Wadi Mujib, Wadi Rum, and Aqaba (in tilt shift and time lapse).
Vimeo: Petra – City of Mysteries Some tilt shift time lapse video magic of Petra – the city of mysteries, brought to you by Visit Jordan.
Vimeo: MiniLook Kiev A miniature day in a life of Kiev, from Okapi.
Vimeo: The City of Samba Tilt shift time lapse video of the Carnaval party in Rio de Janeiro, 2011. Made by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli. Music by Jarbas Agnelli.
Vimeo: Bonsai Burma A tilt-shift film, shot by Joerg Daiber in Rangoon (Yangon), Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar).