When news about Phantom high-speed cameras started getting attention this week, all I could think about was how much cooler Shark Week will look next time around. I stand corrected — this portrait of life in Brooklyn, New York is a much better use of fps.
…the idea behind this video was to document whatever sort of culture we could find within an 8 hour span with literally no pre-production. I have honestly seen too many slow-motion explosions, face slaps, and popping water baloons, that I thought capturing real culture, and real emotion would be a cool change of pace.
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