It’s that time of month again, time for another one of our new monthly time lapse videos. This one features clips of various spots around Universal Studios in Orlando Florida. [Read more…]
It’s that time again, time for another time lapse video. This month’s video is of Disney’s Animal Kingdom and features clips from various spots around the park. [Read more…]
Last month we announced our new monthly time lapse video series. It’s time now for the release of our newest one which features clips of various spots at Busch Gardens Tampa. [Read more…]
Two months ago we debuted a first for “Orlando Attractions Magazine”, a time lapse video. The video, a Jaws ride tribute, was well received by viewers and we will be doing a monthly video series of time lapse videos. [Read more…]
Disney has gone miniature-crazy as they release their third tilt-shift video shrinking Walt Disney World through a clever photography technique. This time, their cameras were set up at the Magic Kingdom, during the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade tapings, capturing the entire parade as well as performances by the Jonas Brothers, Kris Allen, Celine Dion, Yanni, and more.
Here’s a look at the video:
Disney also promises to show off more of their tilt-shift masterpieces in HD during the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade when it airs on ABC on Dec. 25.
Disney has released another of their popular tilt-shift videos. Their first one was from the Magic Kingdom, this time it’s Epcot’s turn. Watch to the end for fireworks and a special surprise.
Tilt-shift, or selective focus photography makes everything look miniaturized. A series of photos are run one after another to make the video.
Here’s a very cool video from Disney’s official blog. The process used to create the video is called tilt-shift, or selective focus photography. This technique makes everything look miniaturized, as if they are miniature models instead of real objects. For the video, a series of photographs, taken one per second, were run together.
First up is the Magic Kingdom, but they’re already working on videos like this at the other Disney World parks. Epcot is next. You can visit their site to read a Q&A with cast member David Roark, who’s in charge of the project.