Here’s what I shared this morning during PPP. Something that interests me and I’ve been following them on YouTube since I come to know about these guys from the TV prog Shift.
These guys call themselves “The Slow Mo Guys” (they’re cute though).
A little background of one of these young chaps:
Name, Gavin Free with the age of 25 (only!), is an English filmmaker. He is known for his slow-motion cinematography.
Gavin Free is known for his slow-motion cinematography work for films including Hot Fuzz and films that are closer to home, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Snow White and the Huntsman and Dredd.
Gavin Free is also known for his slow-motion cinematography, in which he and a friend, Daniel Gruchy, have a YouTube series, The Slow Mo Guys, featuring slow motion footage of various pranks and stunts, garnering millions of views since it launched on August 15, 2010.
They uses high speed camera in capturing the frames. The higher the frame rate is, the slower the motion is. And as the frame rate goes up, the light goes down. It shoots faster as it gets darker and darker. For a 10,000fps (frame per second) footage, it has to be a reduced resolution.
Here are the videos I shared. Enjoy!
We can so do this if our client who’s a paint company.
Here’s the painful ones:
…and here’s how you get a comparison of the frame rate:
Here are some tips for your learning:
How can we use this for our client?
With Drypers in mind…
Shared by Hatim.
and last but not least, a well done commercial shared by Joe.