Here are three nicely done tilt-shift/time-lapse videos. The film at the header is Bonsai Burma by Joerg Daiber from Berlin, Germany. The footage is from in Rangoon (Yangon), Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar).

The sunsets/sunrises were shot with an intervalometer at 10 sec (the Balloons in the intro were at 1 or 2 sec) Most of the other stuff was shot in regular video HBR mode and later sped up in post to whatever speed needed. The effect was created manually in AE and so were many masks. Quite a lot of shots were handheld, since I travelled without tripod, so they were also stabilzed in AE later.

The second film, below, is also from Daiber, Little Laos. This was shot in Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Kuang Si Falls, Nong Kiao, Luang Namtha, Phonsavan and Houayxay in Laos:

Watch Daiber’s (spoonfilm) other tilt-shift goodies HERE.

The third film, below, Hong Kong Accelerate, was made by Spot On Idea, a multimedia production company based in Hong Kong.

Sheesh. These miniaturized films are addicting. We’re waiting for them to get old. It’s not happening…