I migliori slow motion del 2014 06.01.15

The Nerdwriter ha raccolto i migliori slow motion del piccolo e del grande schermo e nei video musicali del 2014.

Lo slow motion al cinema 15.10.14

CineFix racconta le 10 più iconiche sequenze in slow motion della storia del cinema.

Tatuaggi in slow motion 06.05.14

Il tatuatore parigino GueT è stato ripreso in slow motion durante la realizzazione di un suo tattoo.

Gli slow motion di Wes Anderson 11.01.14

Il supercut definitivo delle scene in slow motion nei film del regista Wes Anderson.

La stazione in slow motion 28.11.10

Come sfondare con un video virale su YouTube. Una Casio Exilim FH20 e slow motion a volontà.

Both glides were filmed by sticking a – relatively cheap – digital camera out of the window of a train as it arrived at a station. The 'trick' is the camera collects images at a rate of 210 per second – but the film is played back at 30 frames per second. So, every seven seconds of footage that you watch corresponds to 1 real second. At least at the start, one real second is plenty of time for someone to move into, then out of, the camera's field of view, but isn't enough time for them to really do much: hence, the frozen effect. It breaks down towards the end not because I’m doing something clever with the frame rates (captured or replayed), but simply because the train was stopping! Thus, as it decelerated, any given person would be in view for longer, and have more time to point an arm, take a few steps along the platform, or maybe even notice me at the window. Any such action captured is still slowed down seven-fold during playback, just as with my usual static captures.