I’ve recently become addicted to slow motion. In this video, I’ll help explain my process for using slow motion along with some of the pros and cons to using it in your own work.
It can definitely be a pain, but it’s also SO MUCH FUN!! Ahh!!
There’s a huge difference between just slowing down regular video footage vs. shooting at a high frame rate (120, 240, 480, 960, etc).
The actual information/tutorial begins at 1:54, after the Nashville montage (but you should TOTALLY watch the montage!!)
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About The Enthusiasm Project!
Work hard. Be kind. Have fun.
My name is Tom Buck and suffice it to say I’m super enthusiastic about a lot of things. I’m also a high school digital media teacher with a lifelong interest in video, photo, and tech. Life is short and time is limited, and I believe that digital media is a powerful tool to express creativity and share new ideas.
I also believe that making videos for YouTube should be fun, so I don’t have a specific upload schedule but I’m always working on something, and I usually share at least one new video each week (and more when possible)!
Sometimes I talk about gear and different products in my videos, but reviews are always objective, and unless I specifically say otherwise, I pay for everything myself. I like to teach and entertain- not sell products.
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