By Evan Ackerman
Remember that post from January about Nikon’s then new tilt-shift lens? You know, the one where I wrote a bunch of interesting stuff and then painstakingly photoshopped a sample tilt-shift image? You DO? Oh, you were just kidding. Sigh. Anyway, tilt-shift photography is a technique of narrowing depth of field to make things look like miniatures, and if you combine that with time-lapse photography, you can make some sweet movies of normal life, tinyified.
This video was taken by Keith Loutit; see another of his, after the jump.