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Real Life, In Miniature


by Alan Melson 2 Dec 2008

Australian photographer Keith Loutit has come up with a novel way to visually document his beloved country: in simulated miniature.  Loutit uses several techniques – including tilt-shift and time-lapse photography – to come up with his short films, which he says aim to “present Sydney as the Model City, and help people take a second […]

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Australian photographer Keith Loutit has come up with a novel way to visually document his beloved country: in simulated miniature.  Loutit uses several techniques – including tilt-shift and time-lapse photography – to come up with his short films, which he says aim to “present Sydney as the Model City, and help people take a second look at places that are very familiar to them”. It’s remarkable to see actual scenes (everything from harbor views to a monster-truck derby) presented as though they existed in some sort of parallel stop-motion universe.

After the jump, a couple examples of his work.  Any aspiring artists want to try similar techniques to capture North Texas in such a beautiful fashion?

The North Wind Blew South from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.

Metal Heart from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.

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