I'm enchanted by this tilt-shift helicopter rescue film! It's called Bathtub IV by Keith Loutit. (Thank you, Jennifer!)
That was great! Loved it.
Very cute and nice song! :)
So that's all REAL video...not little clay people or something? That's incredible!!!
Yeah, it's all real people and a real helicopter. Keith Loutit even thanks the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service for letting him film them during training exercises and patrols.
What a great gadget and video!
How delightful! Thanks for sharing & for a little enchantment at the end of the week.
It reminds me of Thomas the Tank Engine.Very Cute video.
Man that's brilliant!Oh to be in Sydney, such beautiful coastline....
That is just adorable! Thank you for sharing :)
love this!!! im hooked.
hey Jesshope you don't mindbut i popped this clip over on my blog with a bit of linklove back to you.
i did the same :) so good, needed to be shared!!PS. im only new to your blog, but loving it. lots to look at!
Wow! I loved it.
It is lovely :)
Is the reason you love it because the song is about a girl with very _orange_ name, "Clementine"?;-)
Thanks for sharing this! It made me smile. Very cool technique too!
Always In Love, ha ha! I never thought of the fruit when I heard the song. Only the coal miner's daughter who drowned tragically in the "foaming brine." Nice song for a water rescue, I thought. :)
so so so so so so so cool. i love those videos.
That is so cool! I've seen tilt-shift photos, but didn't know it was possible to do with film.
wow! because of this vid and your last post about tilt shift photos, i started looking into it, did some research, made a few, and ended up presenting a demo of this in one of my design classes!now we have a quick lab assignment to create some of these, and the entire class loved them!thanks jessica!
i've loved tilt shift photos for awhile, but this is the first film i've seen. posted it to face book! and love the song choice too.
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