[Video] A Mesmerizingly Beautiful Tilt Shift Video

Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli, put together an incredible example of tilt shift videography with the Rio de Janeiro Carnaval Party as their subject. This video is absolutely killer. You will be mesmerized and amazed by how much you get to experience in such a short video. I don't know what else to add but believe me when I say, this video is riveting with it's unreal stop motion nature and spectacular sights. You'ed have to be a fool not to appreciate it.

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Shaka Mayers's picture

Danng! This is sooo TRIPPY!

JakaCeglar's picture

now i want to have tilt shift lens...

Tilt shift lens or post work? Shot as stills or video? 
If this was shot as stills and compiled then it must be a shot every second or less.


Wow, I thought I had seen it all. This was an amazing show. The colors were so brilliant. Great job guys.

A little more info on how this was done would be nice!


most amazing video, thanks for finding and sharing

That was a very well put together video. I think, and I'm guessing here, that they either used an actual tilt-shift lens OR all post work with selective focus blurs in combination with boosted saturated colors (to emulate toy figurines with very primary color paints), boost in overall contrast, and a video play back somehow set to play 1/3rd of the actual images (to give it a draggy sort of look). Loved it. The animals looked UNREAL!!!!!

I enjoyed this video a lot. Keith and Jarbas did an excellent job of coming up with the idea of using tilt-shift time-lapse images for a short video and executing that idea. Normally I get very bored watching parades, but this was cool to watch. The use of tilt-sift to make everything look like model toys sets is something I always enjoy seeing and having it done as a video looks excellent.

Based on how each scene was shot, it does look like the duration of of time between each image captured was different, such as likely every second for the beach scenes or a few shots per second with the parade. I think the work was done very well. I hope more people make videos like this.