A Time Lapsed And Miniaturized Melbourne by Nathan Kaso

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Nathan Kaso‘s series Miniature Melbourne takes a tilt shift look at the Australian city.  Tilt shift is a photographic technique that essentially “corrects” the distortion created by perspective.  The technique has the effect of making an scene resemble a miniature version of itself.  Tilt shift photography has been featured on Beautiful/Decay in the past.    However, Kaso transformed 10 months worth of his tilt-shift Melbourne photographs into a time-lapse video.  Miniature Melbourne captures the work and play, the large life of the city.  Watch the video after the jump.  [via]

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  • boyranch

    tilt shift isn’t correcting distortion. it’s tilting and shifting the lens plane relative to the image plane.

  • boyranch

    and this isn’t even real tilt shift.