Video: Keith Loutit Envisioning Life in Miniature

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Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 16 april 2009

Sydney-based photographer Ken Loutit puts an extraordinary spin on the rather mundane events in life utilizing a variety of techniques and angles to capture the everyday in miniature. The process, called tilt-shift, refers to the movement of the camera – small or medium format – relative to the image being photographed, resulting in a bird’s eye perspective that re-imagines the commonplace. Loutit takes a series of stills and stitches them together to create short films that invite the viewer to take a second look at the world around us.

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