Have a look at Tomorrowland 2013 through the eyes of a hyperlapse photographer.
For the second year in a row I was fortunate enough to be asked by Epic Cinema to capture the best festival in the world through motion timelapse photography. This is a compilation of my finest shots.
I took over 13000 photos in the 4 days I was working there and spent countless hours stabilising the footage in post-production.

All footage shot by Matthew Vandeputte // Tjoez.com.

Music: The Glitch Mob - Dream within a dream

I used a Canon 5D MkIII with an external intervalometer (and a Canon 600D with Magic Lantern Unified for a few extra shots) to shoot RAW photos using a modified bodymount. In total I shot 12814 photos to create 41 sequences, 7 of which were used in the Official Tomorrowland Aftermovie.
Image editing was done in Lightroom 5 on a Macbook Pro with external drives.
Prores files were made from the adjusted RAW frames in After Effects CC.
I used Final Cut Pro X to edit and export the Ultra HD sequence.
The 4K Ultra HD version can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf3siGNGJ9k

Channel: Environment Channel

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