There’s something about Slow Motion
I have been finding all these great videos in slow motion and high definition while browsing vimeo.com– the site for the HD fan and better quality videos than, say, YouTube.
The Slow Mo vids are a real feast for your eyes.
Equally interesting are the technical conversations that unfold in the comments section.
Do you want to know what twixtor is? do you want to know what camera speed was used?
Just read the comments, or even better, ask a question.
Most video creators will answer them, if you know what you are talking about.
Just keep it simple.
Even though slow motion provides a different effect- just like 3D does- not everyone has the money to buy one of these cameras.
So, if slow motion technology sounds too complicated or expensive to you…
you still can get creative.
- How to Get 1000FPS Slow-Mo in Final Cut Studio No Extra Plugins Required (countercultureprodco.com)
- Slow Motion the New Flashmob Trend (adrants.com)
- A light bulb smashed in slow motion (anoobinageekworld.wordpress.com)
- Your hotel room in super slow motion (gadling.com)
- YouTube? Sucks? (ask.metafilter.com)