Tilt Shift NYC

Tilt Shift NYC

We’ve seen plenty of tilt shift photos before, but we’ve never seen New York City quite like this. Photographer Olivo Barbieri’s overhead shots that make the city look like a toy are quite amazing.

Tilt Shift: Disney World

Tilt Shift: Disney World

We’ve gushed over previous tilt-shift videos, but there’s no beating Disney World: not to be Captain Obvious (or Captain Eo), but the Magic Kingdom looks downright magical.

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Tilt Shift: Toy Soldiers

Tilt Shift: Toy Soldiers

Toy Soldiers is our favorite use of tilt shift thus far: it shows a military parade and was filmed atop a building overlooking the Champs Elysees with two Canon 5D Mark IIs at 3.9 fps.

Tokyo Tilt Shift/Time Lapse

Tokyo Tilt Shift/Time Lapse

The tilt shift thing has be done to death, but this Tokyo video’s blend of time lapse gives the megalopolis a miniaturized feel; anybody else getting the urge to go Godzilla on it?

Tilt Shift + Stop Motion

Tilt Shift + Stop Motion

Keith Loutit combines the now popular tilt shift technique and stop motion photography in this quirky video. It’s filmed at Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia.

Sydney 500 Tilt-shift

Sydney 500 Tilt-shift

Photographer Keith Loutit used his trademark tilt-shift time lapse to turn the 2010 Sydney Telstra 500 V8 Supercars event into a race for ants. We like to imagine Keith is a wizard and is actually bringing toys to life. The celebration scene in particular is unreal.

Tilt-Shifted van Gogh

Tilt-Shifted van Gogh

Inspiured by an earlier project by mylastusernamewastoolong, Redditor melonshade shares this collection of classic Vincent van Gogh paintings which have been given added depth through the selective application of a digital tilt-shift effect.

Airport Tilt-shift Time Lapse

Airport Tilt-shift Time Lapse

Photographer darwinfish105 turned Tokyo International Airport into a calming sight by miniaturizing and speeding up the hustle and bustle in and around it. I Am Robot and Proud’s Summer Colour also helped set the tone.

Tilt-Shift Camera

Tilt-Shift Camera

Many digi-cams let you simulate tilt-shift images, but the real deal looks much better. Now you can snap true tilt-shift images with this lo-fi (5mp) pocket camera with a built in tilt-shift lens.

Gymkhana @ Battersea: Tilt-Shift

Gymkhana @ Battersea: Tilt-Shift

Dirt 3 milks Ken Block’s endorsement for all its worth with this wonderful tilt-shift version of the gymkhana run through Battersea Power Station, making Block’s car look like an R/C toy.

Jackson Hole Tilt-Shift

Jackson Hole Tilt-Shift

A tilt-shift and time-lapse video of the Jackson Hole mountain resort in Wyoming by Tristan Greszko – great scenery, great shots, great music. Be sure to watch it full screen and in HD.

Tilt-Shift Disney Parade

Tilt-Shift Disney Parade

The magical world of Disney looks like the whole place went through a shrink ray thanks to this tilt-shifted, time-lapse video capture of this year’s Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade.

Tilt-Shift Coachella

Tilt-Shift Coachella

Photographer Sam O’Hare makes all the attendees at this year’s Coachella festival look really, really tiny, courtesy of the now familiar tilt-shift lens – used to perfect effect in this setting.

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Tilt-Shift Van Gogh

Tilt-Shift Van Gogh

Nothing in any of these van Gogh works has been added, removed or had its proportions changed, but they’ve taken on a new dynamic through Serena Malyon’s tilt-shift photo manipulation.

Tilt-Shift Hulkmania

Tilt-Shift Hulkmania

Pro-wrestling goes spectacularly small with this tilt-shift video of Hulkamania by Keith Loutit in Australia; Hulk Hogan & Rick Flair battling it out like Lilliputians = hypnotically hilarious.

Demo Derby Tilt-Shift

Demo Derby Tilt-Shift

With oversized monster trucks, garishly painted cars and wanton destruction, the video above definitively shows that demolition derbies + tilt-shift = a match made in heaven.

Photos: Strange Worlds

Photos: Strange Worlds

Matthew Albanese’s Strange Worlds photography looks like tilt shift at first, but they’re actually meticulously detailed miniature sets; he uses everything from plaster to paprika to make them.

Manic Manila

Manic Manila

We’ve visited Manila before, and can attest to thew fact that it can be one of the most overwhelming places on the planet. But there are also pockets of quiet and order to the chaos in this densely-packed city. Photographer Joerg Daiber managed to capture both ends of the spectrum in his vibrant tilt-shift, time-lapse clip.

Little Big Bohol

Little Big Bohol

Take a trip to one of the most beautiful and unusual spots in the Philippines, courtesy of filmmaker Joerg Daiber’s tilt-shift series LittleBigWorld. Bohol’s Chocolate Hills are limestone formations left over from the Ice Age, when the island was submerged.

Simply Singapore

Simply Singapore

Photographer Joerg Daiber of Little Big World makes another stop on his tilt-shifted miniature tour of the world, this time giving us a glimpse at the small, but wonderful island city-state of Singapore, making it look even more appealing than it already is.

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Pecuilar Pyongyang

Pecuilar Pyongyang

Photographer Joerg Daiber of LittleBigWorld recently traveled to North Korea, where he managed to capture tilt-shift, time-lapse images of its enigmatic capital city. Politics and human rights concerns aside, the vibrant imagery belies most impressions of the country.

Hello Helsinki

Hello Helsinki

Photographer and world traveler Joerg Daiber of Little Big World takes us on another tilt-shift, time-lapse journey – this time to the capital of Finland, which looks particularly awesome in miniature. No wonder it’s one of the top 10 most liveable cities on the planet.

Little Big World: Oman

Little Big World: Oman

Photographer Joerg Daiber used a combination of aerial, time-lapse, and tilt-shift techniques to capture a trip through the many scenic locales of the Sultanate of Oman. As usual, the distortion of tilt-shift makes the entire sequence look like its been played out with toys.

Kosovo Kaleidoscope

Kosovo Kaleidoscope

Joerg Daiber’s wonderfully lighthearted time-lapse, tilt-shift look at the state of Kosovo. While most of what us Westerners hear of the territory are stories of war and conflict, this Little Big World clip will make you want to take a vacation there.

Miniature Madras

Miniature Madras

A wonderful tilt-shifted, time-lapse video which provides a glimpse into the spectacle which is the Mylapore Kapaleeswarar Temple Festival, which takes place in Mylapore, Chennai, India every April. Here we see colorful parade floats moving through throngs of onlookers.

The Smallest Empire

The Smallest Empire

Corridor Digital’s latest video is blatantly shilling Game of War, but that doesn’t make it any less worth watching, with their clever use of VFX and game-textured environments and a tilt-shift effect to transform the real world into an RTS-style civilization. Making of here.

Tiny Airport

Tiny Airport

There are tons of tilt-shifted, time-lapse videos out there, but the tiny toy effect is especially effective in this video by Darwinfish105, as he makes the airplanes and ground crews at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport look like living miniatures.

Diehard Detroit

Diehard Detroit

LittleBigWorld’s Joerg Daiber created this aerial tilt-shifted time-lapse of the decrepit urban ruins of Detroit, Michigan, leading into the areas in which growth and development are starting to take hold to revitalize this great American city.

The Little Nordics

The Little Nordics

Damp Design takes us on a tour of Norway like you’ve never seen it before, with all of the people, boats, cars and vacationers looking like tiny ants. Sure, tilt-shift photography is so 2012, but it’s really well executed here.

Beijing to Moscow Train Ride

Beijing to Moscow Train Ride

Factoria made this time-edited tilt-shift video of their 7,500km (~4,700mi) train ride from Beijing, China to Moscow, Russia on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. The song is Mongol Nutag by Sedaa.

Very Little Stars

Very Little Stars

A collection of timelapse, hyperlapse and tilt-shift photography by Ben Wiggins. Wiggins was able to capture motion without sacrificing detail. The song is The Alley by DeVotchKa. Best watched full-screen.

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