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.

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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.

SimCity (Trailer 2)

SimCity (Trailer 2)

A look at some of the key features of upcoming PC game SimCity: the new graphics engine, the perspective inspired by tilt-shift photography, multiplayer challenges, theme cities and more.

The City of Samba

The City of Samba

Jarbas Agnelli and Keith Loutit invite us to enjoy the daytime scenery and nighttime spectacle that is Rio de Janiero’s Carnaval celebration through the lens of their tilt-shift cameras.

Welcome to Earth

Welcome to Earth

Another eye-popping compilation from Luc Bergeron aka Zapatou. This time he used 179 time-lapse and tilt-shift videos taken from all over the world. The song is Wolf by First Aid Kit.

The Village

The Village

Most of the tilt-shift videos we’ve seen are of urban locations, but the toy-like perspective is great for idyllic environments as well, as shown in this short clip by Bold Creative Studio.

Nikon D5100 dSLR

Nikon D5100 dSLR

Nikon’s D5100 dSLR offers tons of cool in-camera effects including ISO 102,400 “night-vision”, HDR, sketch, selective color and a simulated tilt-shift modes. Shoots 1080p HD video and 16.2MP stills.

Whistler Blackcomb XXS

Whistler Blackcomb XXS

Switchback Entertainment’s charming tilt-shift video documents a bird’s eye view of teeny, tiny Whistler Village and surrounding Whistler Blackcomb mountains, making it a real life snow globe.

Keith Loutit: Small Worlds

Keith Loutit: Small Worlds

See more of Keith Loutit’s tilt-shift art at Small Worlds, an ongoing exhibition at the Customs House in Sydney, Australia featuring stills and film from his short films Bathtub and Small Worlds.

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Book: The Little People

Book: The Little People

More tilt-shifting: The Little People is a collection of photographs with miniature figures in often comedic (and occasionally macabre) situations throughout London, by Slinkachu.

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