shoot fast, play slow

Do you remember the Glide2 video that went viral a few months back? An artist took a digital camera and shot 210 frames per second as he was passing through a train station, and then played back the film at 30 frames per second.

Director Henry Cowling was inspired by this, and used the concept to produce a music video for the band SixToes. The production was shot in one take, from a train riding through the Ravenscourt Park Station in London.

All the actors are volunteers who showed up for a "flash mob". It's officially a meme. Beautiful. Thanks, Lee!

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