‘[DE]ception’ is Richard Bentley’s new work shot using a Canon 5D Mark III at “unknown” locations. Ready to feel deceived?
From the video description, we understand why he chose this technique for his new time-lapse:
For some time now, I have been uploading still images to Instagram. More often than not, I have been rotating, merging and using apps like ‘layout’ to modify the images to enable me to get more than the 640×640 square image to be seen.
Applying that same technique to my timelapse footage was the next natural progression. Many people have commented that they were deceived (in a good way), by the way I had modified my still images, hence the title here ‘[DE]ception’; based also on the film ‘Inception’ and its amazing imagery.
Not the first time we have the pleasure to feature Richard Bentley’s timelapse videos. Don’t miss the last one!
Cameras: Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 5D Mark III
Lenses: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR, Canon 24mm f/1.2L II
Slider/Dolly: eMotimo TB3
Other info: Adobe Lightroom, LRTimelapse, Adobe After Effects, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Media Encoder
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