My little Beijing: A tilt shift video by Pixcube Animation Studio

My little Beijing: A tilt shift video by Pixcube Animation Studio

My little Beijing: A tilt shift video by Pixcube Animation Studio

My little Beijing: A tilt shift video by Pixcube Animation Studio

It’s hard not to love tilt-shift, and this video of Beijing by Pixcube Animation Studio is a perfect example. When I watch videos like this they make me think of moving postcards, like something you might see out of Harry Potter. The imagery tends to be pretty picturesque and the fact that you can’t really make anyone out adds to the iconic feeling of the images. I have no idea where any of these locations are, though. Can anyone help us figure out what we’re looking at exactly?

2 Comments My little Beijing: A tilt shift video by Pixcube Animation Studio

  1. Evan February 9, 2012 at 8:45 PM

    Forbidden City, In an around Jingshan Hill (man made Hill behind Forbidden City to suit feng-shui), Tiananmen square… thats all I got.

  2. Michael Scherrer February 10, 2012 at 12:29 AM

    The first picture is the green jade memorial arch in Beihai Park near the forbidden city and Jingshan Hill. the little boats are orso from this park.

    The yellow Brigde is behind the Lufthansa Center, the last scene with the traffic is in front of it.

    the scene with the little red ticketboxes at 1:45 is out of the olympic stadion.

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