Laww Media shot this using a glidecam, which is really cool. We weren’t sure it was possible to get the right effect without using a tripod. We expected to see some of the decay show up if the shot wasn’t still. Instead, one of the major things we learned after people sent us videos was that often hand held and steady cam can enhance the effect and show a different dynamic.
This video used the effect in a really cool way. I really dug how Benjamin Dowie broke up the slow-mo chunks and made them just quick little cuts, very cool.
A cool documentary by Stephen Diaz. It used a lot of slow down shots and which made extreme slow-mo really effective. Really cool.
It seems like extreme sport videos really use effect to it’s best capability, which is great because its a perfect fit. It can be used to show how they can defy gravity or how much skill is involved at such high speeds.
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