Shot at the Michigan Theater, Packard Plant, Michigan Central Station, Lee Plaza Hotel, around the Masonic Temple and the Heidelberg Project and many other abandoned buildings and locations around Downtown in Detroit, Michigan, USA.
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“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.
submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
“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.
images via Damp Design
‘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.