Dispatches from a Small Business
What about that climber at the end who fell; had he a parachute? (I hope)
Now I know what the other 99% does when they aren't protesting on Wall Street. We already knew they didn't have real jobs.
I understand time lapse. But to do slo mo - do you film at much higher rates, like 96 frames per minute vs 24, or do you double or triple up frames (dupe every other?)
If the former, where do you get a camera that can shoot at several times normal speed?
Just curious, not planning to be the next Francis Ford Coppola.
If you like this sort of thing, I recommend checking out the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. In addition to their regular tour they also have a second tour called 'Radical Reels' that highlights the more adrenaline soaked films. Most showings are sponsored by local outfitters or recreational organizations.
Awesome video, though "People Are Nuts" would be an equally valid title.