Keith Loutit has created a tilt-shift video that is super sped up. The video, 'Bathtub V,' exemplifies the true power of tilt-shift technology to make life-sized objects appear to be merely toy-sized.
This particular project by Loutit was filmed at the Sydney Ports in Australia.
Click on the video to unleash a miniature world where large ships are transformed into tiny toys and be sure to watch his 'Bathtub IV' video as well!
Implications - The success of tilt-shift photography and video comes from its ability to make the world seem much smaller than it is. This appeals to consumers living in the thick of the digital revolution, as it signifies the Internet's ability to bring the world's citizens closer together.
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Keith Loutit Makes Our World Seem Smaller in ‘Bathtub V' Video
- By: Shelby Lee WalshSep 16, 2009 Updated: Aug 22 2011