026/365 – Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Graeme Taylor tells us how he did it:
“The ‘trick’ is the camera collects images at a rate of 210 per second – but the film is played back at 30 frames per second. So, every seven seconds of footage that you watch corresponds to 1 real second. At least at the start, one real second is plenty of time for someone to move into, then out of, the camera’s field of view, but isn’t enough time for them to really do much: hence, the frozen effect.”
Full story on his blog post.
Check out more videos on his YouTube Channel.