Recently I posted a Miniature Faking Effect video using time-lapse tilt shift photography technique here. Today I found another video and I though I want to share with you.

Here’s an amazing video by Daniel Fiantok of the 2010 Budapest Critical Mass Earth Day ride, shot using a technique know as ‘Tilt-Shift’. The Budapest ride is the largest on the planet, with tens of thousands of riders. This makes Budapest, Hungary look like the coolest place on earth for the bicycle-lover. Not exactly your great-grandmother’s ox-cart. This is best viewed full-screen. Why Is Critical Mass Budapest so huge? It’s mostly flat. Bikes have been popular for generations in Hungarian cities. But to get to 40,000 riders and more, there’s clearly more going on.

Do you know any similar video using miniature effect? Please share in the comment form below. Enjoy!

City Of Joy from daniel fiantok on Vimeo.

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