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Amazing tilt shift video of a real city in miniature

Tilt shift pictures are all the rage now, but this latest video by Australian photographer-filmmaker Keith Loutit really takes the cake. Part of Loutit’s Small Worlds project, where he documents the world’s cities, landscapes and ancient monuments in miniature, The Lion City is a timelapse short that pushes the tilt shift envelope to make use of what Loutit calls ‘tilt shocks’. Loutit is no newbie to the tilt-shift technique, of course — the tilt-shift veteran has previously garnered quite a bit of attention with his Bathub series.

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