Portland gets “miniaturized” in German videographer’s short film

German videographer Joerg Daiber has traveled the world, and in each location he’s visited he’s created a short film using a technique called tilt-shift, in which the camera lens is tilted in order to make a very small plane of focus, which creates the illusion of miniature size. Daiber’s been to Poland, Spain, Gibraltar, France, Thailand, Myanmar, Lao, Luxembourg, and in both Boston and Vermont. His latest film creates a pocket-sized Portland, complete with tiny lobster boats, a tiny Fore Street, and a tiny Time and Temperature Building. Read an interview with Daiber at Thrashlab.com, and watch the rest of his tilt-shift films on his Little Big World YouTube channel.

 

Emily Burnham

About Emily Burnham

Emily Burnham is a Maine native, a UMaine graduate, a proud Bangorian and an arts and lifestyle writer for the Bangor Daily News, where she's worked since 2004. She reports on everything from local bands to local food, from media and the Internet to theater and dance. In her quest for stories, she's seen countless concerts and plays, been lobster fishing, interviewed celebrities, hung out with water buffalo and played in a ukulele orchestra, to name just a few. She's interested in everything -- especially if it happens in Maine. She welcomes any and all feedback or suggestions for stories.