Slow Motion Video – “Motion captured and replayed by a high-speed camera that is too fast to be observed by the naked eye”.
For many years high-speed imaging cameras have been utilised by both company and university research and development groups, manufacturing sites and also to produce content for TV and Film production.
Access to this technology has generally been restricted to those with relatively large budgets; however, many smartphones and consumer video cameras now also come with limited high-speed shooting capability and the potential of slow motion video capture is now being more widely recognised and appreciated; furthermore; not only does the use of slow motion imaging realise new scientific discoveries it also serves to both inspire and entertain.
Thus the motivation of this Slow Motion Video Award is to gather and share compelling slow motion videos captured with high speed cameras, to spark new ideas and interest in the unseen world around us.
We look forward to receiving your entries.
Organized by: Photron