The slow motion artists The Slow Mo Guys are at it again. For their latest video, Gav and Dan injected expensive inks into a tub of water. In real time, the ink art is very enthralling, but in super slow motion, it becomes completely mesmerizing. Gorgeous!
At this point, there are plenty of popular YouTubers with high speed cameras that record epic slow motion footage that can make a viewer drool. But art studio Love High Speed takes the concept to the next level with their professional lighting, makeup artists, and–most of all–their high speed cameras controlled by high speed robotic arms.
Seemingly simple and boring scenes, such as a woman walking through blowing leaves or an archer firing a fire arrow, become masterful pieces of art. To say the footage is stunning is an understatement.
As Hollywood knows all too well, explosions are just so much cooler when seen in slow motion. As Dima had a bag of oranges that went bad, he and Taras of Slow Mo Lab decided not to let them go all to waste. So they took an orange and filled it with a fire cracker.
The results are simply glorious! And boom goes the dynamite.
Most people have no idea how a mechanical camera works. The concept is actually quite simple. A mechanical metal shutter passes over the lens to allow light to enter the moment the shutter button is pressed. But how does that look?
There’s just something about fire that is so magical. It’s easy to get lost just staring into a camp fire. Naturally, fire looks even cooler in super slow motion. Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys breathed fire using very flammable corn starch and recorded the action in slow motion. The resulting video is glorious to say the least.