New York frozen with 960fps Super Slow Motion

9 months 3 weeks ago #654353 by Rudy Silvo
So cool



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9 months 3 weeks ago #654422 by Sawyer
Hey now that was cool.  Dang, 960fps is nuts!  

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9 months 3 weeks ago #654475 by garyrhook
That could have been much more interesting.

The camera motion was the same (direction, speed) in almost every shot.
The perspective was almost the same in every shot.
Lighting was about the same.
Most of the shots didn't emphasize motion; they appeared static.
For the shots that didn't show motion, only a few played with parallax.

Unless you're filming something really interesting, slowing things down that much quickly gets dull.

Technically impressive. Artistically, not so much.


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9 months 3 weeks ago #654480 by Rudy Silvo
:agree: after 10 seconds, I was wanting to see something new in terms of perspective.   


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9 months 3 weeks ago #654605 by Pete Franko
No kidding, another camera angle or something different would have made this much better.  Still cool though. 


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9 months 3 weeks ago #654606 by Nikon Shooter
Cinematic: 8/10     :P  
Story telling: 2/10  :(

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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9 months 3 weeks ago #654732 by Scott Klubeck
Eh, it's alright.  Not feeling it.  


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9 months 3 weeks ago #654835 by Little Kate
Interesting, but needs change of scene to keep attention. 


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