Posts Tagged ‘tiltshifttimelapse’

Phenomenal Time-Lapse Tribute to Boston Combines Tilt Shift, HDR, Motion and More

We’re not sure how most of the world missed this time-lapse for the first 10 months of its existence, but we’re thrilled it finally made it onto our radar. Put together by writer/director Sean Collins of Bodhi Films, it’s his “tribute to the beautiful city of Boston” — and it rocks. Read more…

Beautiful Tilt-Shift Time-Lapse of the Biggest Carnival in the World

The annual Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is considered to be the largest carnival in the world, with a whopping two million people roaming the streets. Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli decided to turn their cameras on the city and the carnival last year, creating this stunning tilt-shift time-lapse video that makes the city look like a diorama and the attendees look like ants.

(via Photojojo)

Small Portuguese Village Made Tiny Through Tilt-shift Time-lapse

Some photographers try to make miniatures look like the real world, while others aim to make the real world look like a miniature. “The Village” is a charming portrait of a tiny Portuguese town, made to look like a miniature via tilt-shift and time-lapse.

The Village (via Laughing Squid)