When are slow motion shots mainly used?
Be it in sports, in feature films or in science – the slow motion shots have an inspiring impact on the audience. The slow motion effect is used to illustrate fast-running processes in a slowing. In this way, the movements can be made visible to the human eye.
This technique is, for example, implemented for research purposes, in order to be able to record and analyse the individual phases of change in an experiment. In sport, however, slow motion is used to make certain actions of an athlete identifiable. This allows you to see if there are any infractions, such as a foul or the like.
In the film industry, slow motion is primarily used as a stylistic tool to create a special effect that is intended to achieve a certain aesthetic effect on the audience. Especially in cinemas or on TV this effect is often encountered.Request a media consulting