The world is truly a village for one Victoria videographer.
Local filmmaker, Rodrigo Inostroza C., recently posted a video on his YouTube channel which shows a sensationally small timelapse video of Victoria’s historic Inner Harbour.
From water taxis to hot tub boats, to Legislatures and walking trails, this short little video, accompanied by the classic downtown sounds, is a fantastic sight for sore eyes.
What the video lacks in size, it makes up for in sensationalism with its interesting tilt shift effect and soundscape.
Rodrigo Inostroza C. said on Reddit that rather than a tilt lens, which is typically used for this type of effect, the video was made miniature by his own hand in post production.
However it’s made, we’re tiny livin’ for it.
Check out the video below:
The videographer’s YouTube channel also features a few other local spots made miniature, including the iconic Cattle Point and a very snowy Summit Park this past winter.