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‘Tiny Queenstown’, Whimsical Tilt-Shifted Time-Lapse Video of the Scenic New Zealand City

“Tiny Queenstown” is a short time-lapse video by Australian photographer Nathan Kaso that frames New Zealand’s scenic “adventure capital” as a miniature using the tilt-shift photography focusing technique.

This short film aims to capture that sense of adventure combined with the beautiful scenery of the city and surrounding landscape. The miniature tilt-shift effect compliments the fun, energetic nature of Queenstown, as well as emphasizing the scale of the environment to show just how small it can make you feel.

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Tilt-Shifted Time-Lapse Video That Makes the Landscape and People of Norway Look Like Miniatures

“The Little Nordics” is a short time-lapse video by photographer Martijn Doolaard that utilizes tilt-shift photography techniques to make the mountains and fjords of Norway appear in miniature. Doolaard has also posted some behind-the-scenes photos of the shoot on his Facebook page.

The Little Nordics

The Little Nordics

The Little Nordics

The Little Nordics

The Little Nordics

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‘7685 Frames of Netherlands’, A Charming Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse Video of Dutch Cities

In “7685 Frames of Netherlands,” filmmaker Pengcheng He documents the beauty of the old cities of the Netherlands in a charming series of tilt-shift time-lapses. He shot the video in Delft, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

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‘Tiny Sydney’, A Tilt-Shifted, Time-Lapsed View of the Australian City in Miniature Form

‘Tiny Sydney,’ a short film by Australia photographer Filippo Rivetti, takes a time-lapsed trip around the New South Wales state capital Sydney filtered through a tilt-shifted technique that makes the city appear in miniature. The shoot, commissioned by travel site Expedia, was filmed from a number of Sydney landmarks, including Bondi Beach, the Sydney Tower Eye and Pylon Lookout.

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Miniature Melbourne, A Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse of Melbourne, Australia

Australia’s second most populous city looks like a tiny model in the tilt-shift time-lapse video “Miniature Melbourne” by Australian photographer Nathan Kaso. Kaso spent 10 months on the short video and shot most of it from the Eureka Skydeck atop Melbourne’s tallest building.

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A Burning Man for Ants, A Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse of Burning Man

“A Burning Man for Ants” is a time-lapse video of Burning Man that, thanks to tilt-shift photography, gives the art event a whimsical miniature quality. The video was created by James Cole, Byron Mason & Jason Phipps.

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Beautiful Time-Lapse Tilt-Shift Film of San Francisco

Using 30,000 photos, video producer and “Jedi editor” Jeremy Williams spent over ten months creating this beautiful time-lapse tilt-shift film of everything he loves about San Francisco. He says that it took him “50 hours of rendering to generate 62 tilt shift timelapse sequences.”

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Tilt-Shift Photography From The London 2012 Summer Olympics

Alex Livesey

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Several photographers at the London 2012 Summer Olympics captured events in tilt-shift, a photography trick that makes the subjects look like miniatures. Check out our previous posts that use tilt-shift in photography and video.

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A Wonderful Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse Video of Venice in a Day

Joerg Niggli created a wonderful tilt-shift time-lapse video showing a day in Venice.

From dawn in the morning at the Rialto bridge to the sunset above the Piazza San Marco, and some travels up and down the Gran Canale.

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