Watch this cool timelapse video of last weekend’s Rocking The Daisies music festival, shot by Troy Davies aka Retroyspective.
This awesome timelapse video of the past weekend’s Rocking The Daisies music festival was created by Troy Davies, otherwise known as Retroyspective. Troy shot the timelapse sequences on a Canon 60D with the third-party Magic Lantern* firmware, allowing him to specify a very slow framerate.
Wether or not you were one of the estimated 15,000 attendees at this year’s RTD, take a look at this interesting take on documenting the festival.
Shot/Edited: Troy Davies
Additional help: Paul Charles
Filmed with a Canon 60D.
*Magic Lantern is additional third-party software available for a selection of Canon DSLR cameras which enables additional features. It does not replace the Canon firmware – it runs from the memory card at boot-up. However, as it does edit the camera’s settings, there is no guarantee that something won’t go wrong. As such, neither Canon nor Orms endorses the software, but if you’re a serious filmmaker or photographer interested in this, and you understand the risks, then take a look at the Magic Lantern FAQs and go from there. Basically, if you run this software and something goes wrong, we are not obligated to repair your camera…