Thursday, 30 January 2014

Shooting Slow Motion (Part 2)

 Time Stretching 

The second type of slow motion is achieved during post production. This process is known as time - stretching or digital slow motion.  
    This type of slow motion is achieved by adding new frames in between frames that have actually been photographed not filmed. The effect is similar to overcranking as the actual motion is the same just happens over a longer time over a longer time.


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