The Challenges of High-Speed Filming

didierdalx
didierdalx

i know all of this, but i just enjoy the way gavin explains it, so chill so calm. great video gav

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Jason Poole
Jason Poole

I can relate to Gav, take your job seriously but not yourself...also I just learned more about photography in 16 minutes than the rest of my 26 years of life

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zep909
zep909

I was really in need of a refresh of all this. Thanks!

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Random RimRock // TripleR
Random RimRock // TripleR

You nailed it explaining everything

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Frank Kujawski
Frank Kujawski

I have seen this topic discussed many times, but never from the perspective of video. I do not think I have ever seen it explained better.

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Shaolin Pete
Shaolin Pete

I've been absolutely blagging videos for years without understanding any of this 😂 thank you so much for the video man, you're a great teacher

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NipItInTheBud100
NipItInTheBud100

You guys make a great team!

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Ravyn Sahale
Ravyn Sahale

This was fantastic. It had a lot of really good info regarding regular photography as well as videography. Thank you Gavin!

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Ranjit
Ranjit

Why can’t light be directed through another port so it’s constantly the same.?

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Dom Ex
Dom Ex

why not just post process to increase brightness then ?

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dvdemon187
dvdemon187

Although I already knew all this, it was a pleasure to have it explained all over again from you.Thanks!

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clint brunke
clint brunke

this is why you just buy or rent studio lights

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Gilad Was Here Travel
Gilad Was Here Travel

You're cool

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LostFart
LostFart

Gavin! We want more videos like this.

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oljobo
oljobo

Great video in so many ways 👍👍‼️

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OubaDubaTuba
OubaDubaTuba

Great introduction to the fundamentals of photography and videography. Bravo!

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Darpan Shah
Darpan Shah

Your camera is awesome ... Well how much it costs ??

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Scott Cortus
Scott Cortus

This was an awesome video, I learned so much that I’ve always wanted to understand! You make a good professor Gav!

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gryphon provenzano
gryphon provenzano

Why hasn't RT put Gavin in charge of slow mo for any of there live shows this would clearly be good for them and again it's why he was allowed entry to the US come on RT you have a gold mine here USE IT

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Liam Edwards
Liam Edwards

I understand all of this when you say it, and find it very interesting, but I’m not sure in could repeat any of it lol.

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Liam Edwards
Liam Edwards

This is fantastic. More videos like this please on the second channel.

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coachsteved1
coachsteved1

The 130 people who voted 'thumbs down' on this video baffle me - this is quite frankly one of the most clear, well paced, informational explanations I have ever come across regarding aperture, light, shutter speed and ISO ever! Great job.

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luuke luketer
luuke luketer

Stop showing off :-)

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Sarah Chellew
Sarah Chellew

I've rewatched this so many times and it never ceases to be captivating. Ii love these behind the scenes videos Gav!

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gexon_pane
gexon_pane

Thanks a lot. Maybe I'll never get to slow motion cameras, but I didn't know about how the aperture affects depth of field. Useful for photography, I think.

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Wonderfully Beautiful
Wonderfully Beautiful

Another tech video...Love it!!

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Wonderfully Beautiful
Wonderfully Beautiful

You guys still in Austin? We are in Houston, but when I met my wife Carrie on facebook, I was actually in Austin visiting Hamilton Pool. Hmm....ever thought about filming the Hamilton Pool watefall in slowmo

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Kinetic Audio
Kinetic Audio

I'm a photographer but new to videography so thanks for the info, Gav. My daughter said she didn't like it as she wants to see Dan :-D

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flatulentdragon
flatulentdragon

So, I guess I just found out why I find some actions scenes so hard to watch, and why everything looks blurry while I'm trying to track it. Stupidly low shutter angle. Thanks Slow Mo guy!

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Stefan Reich
Stefan Reich

10:22 If 800 fps are that dark already, how do you manage to go more than 100 times faster than that?

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Mouse-Floof
Mouse-Floof

and then you have Stanley Kubrick and the Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm... with an F stop of 0.7

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renterjack
renterjack

hashtag pinkear

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Ace Gamer
Ace Gamer

Long story short, Gavin has to think about ten different things to get the shot the way he wants is

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John B
John B

WOW in 16:26 I feel like I just picked up like a semester of a digital film and video production course worth of knowledge. Mind BLOWN! Thank you for showing me and not just telling me. INVALUABLE!

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Michael HTT
Michael HTT

They need a few 1KW LEDs :P

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Music Man
Music Man

Sometimes I wonder if Slow Mo Guys Gavin and Rooster Teeth Gavin are the same person.

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Larrythebassman
Larrythebassman

Excellent shot with the tennis racket

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Mini GP Racing
Mini GP Racing

There is a lot of good info on camera/lens function/exposure, without regard to the slow-mo aspect. I'll have to suggest this for our students to watch.

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Will Harris
Will Harris

I just went from watching a blue vs red video and he’s wearing a rooster teeth shirt

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sleddheddious
sleddheddious

I was beginning to think I wouldn't learn anything today. Thank you, thank you.

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malibustigs
malibustigs

Hence why their videos look amazing

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Olavi Anttila
Olavi Anttila

14:09 I like how "performing" is just vaguely hitting something with something else...

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Phil Conti
Phil Conti

its amazing how knowledgeable Gavin really is. Of Course He has the experience and qualifications. but at achievement hunter people view him as incompetent

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Thomas Dumble
Thomas Dumble

While watching this I said "coool"... out loud

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Maksim Simeonov
Maksim Simeonov

Who understud something ?I `m too stu p d for that

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JMRSplatt
JMRSplatt

Searching and searching youtube.. I can't find a video of a High speed camera in high speed filming.. is this even possible? How does the electronic shutter work? This is wild stuff lol

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Jason Walker
Jason Walker

Do you add more light to the scene? Lights, reflectors and such? Also do you do post processing through software to make the images brighter?

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Rachelle
Rachelle

2 x 5,6 = 11 Great maths Gavin *applause* Also, in the comments, you can clearly see the difference of the people who do and they who do not know Gavin from Achievement Hunter.

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Christian Ramkhalawan
Christian Ramkhalawan

These guys Loki teaching free FLIMSCHOOLS WORK🙏🏻

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Angelo Bocchino
Angelo Bocchino

Wow, this is the most informative video about the way a camera works i have ever seen

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A NoItAll Production
A NoItAll Production

Gavin if you read this you should do a video on lighting. Different types of lighting and how it can affect the camera you are using. Things like that. It could be possible for a new addition to the slow mo guys 2.

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Andy Sun
Andy Sun

Motion blur looks like shit, but no motion blur on low frame rate also looks like shit. I wish all movies were 60+ fps.

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Diogo V. Kersting
Diogo V. Kersting

I never thought that learning about cameras could be so interesting! Nice job!

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Sullinator07
Sullinator07

Sometimes at night, I fall asleep watching this channel. Society has conditioned us to take that last phrase as always sarcastic but I genuinely love these videos.

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Misael Aguilar
Misael Aguilar

666K SUBSCRIBERS... this channel is devil

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Joan Cuadrat Martin
Joan Cuadrat Martin

That was so interesting and educational! I learned a lot from this video.

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tungruffel
tungruffel

One thing I can't wrap my head around is WHY the depth of field is shallow at a high aperture. What physically makes it shallow?

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xamanto
xamanto

Make yourself a high CRI artificial sun made from high performance LEDs.

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Spencer Ross
Spencer Ross

Have you ever considered using a solar magnifier , like using a huge fresnel lens just for the purpose of increasing the light on the subject

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Eric the Viking
Eric the Viking

Great Video Gav, very informative...

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Malhar Savale
Malhar Savale

I really won't mind if Gavin starts videography lessons 😂 Thanks for the information, really helpful. Makes me wanna perceive this even more.

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Evan McGregor Channel
Evan McGregor Channel

If it's a dark day use lights

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James Owen
James Owen

Wouldn’t the cine lens have a T Stop and not an F Stop?

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Arnyew
Arnyew

Thas was a very nice explained educational video! Thanks!

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bigmag101
bigmag101

i dont quiet get why 360° shutter angle is bad... if i shoot 1000fps at 180° or 2000fps at 360° the exposure time is the same : 0,5ms ... then the motion blur is the same what i am saying is, at really high fps you always need to go for 360° and the picture is not blured anyway because of the short exposure. correct?

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Harshith Reddy Gogi Reddy
Harshith Reddy Gogi Reddy

What is the name of the model of this camera

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DeusExAstra
DeusExAstra

Excellent video

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Reece Noone
Reece Noone

Why don't you use T-stop lenses?

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Adam Morse
Adam Morse

We all need a little Prof. Gavin in our lives.

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mspenrice
mspenrice

Here's a question - when you reduce the resolution down in order to increase the framerate, which I assume is because of there being a limit the sheer number of pixels you can record per second... does the camera sum together the values from the sensor to increase the effective amount of light without having to bump up the ISO?

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Rachelle
Rachelle

I did notice that you film when it's all bright and sunny and the slow motion footage is much darker. And you talk about stuff being in focus at a certain point.

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whitehorsept
whitehorsept

I've been doing photography in manual mode for some years now (without any classes or study, just learning as I go) as a hobby and even so I learned from your video :) (how the field of view part is affected). And I loved getting the insight that you provided about your particular challenges and how you worked around them. Also cool the part you explain how you both work as a team and how you built trust on your experience.

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Patrick Bianchi
Patrick Bianchi

Totally cool video for us geeks. I just discovered the 2 channel and love to see how you guys are "out of character" in regular life. And this techy type stuff is what I live and breathe. Thanks for the really good explanation, even if I'm a year late!

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Zillerz3
Zillerz3

Damn... Gav is one smart rooster

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Icky
Icky

I was expecting more about artificial lighting, but it seems like adding light isnt as common as i guessed. I have a hard enough time finding light with an f1.8 at 30fps, so i always thought you had to add TONS of light to film a subject in high speed.

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Roberto Fontiglia
Roberto Fontiglia

You're the first person who explained to me clearly what ISO was. And that wasn't even the point of the video. Thanks !

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herbal ursa
herbal ursa

I could listen to Gav talking about aperture and shutter speed forever. XD Thx for the info.

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Matt Macken
Matt Macken

I've learned a lot about camera tech watching this channel. Love it.

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Umer Ahmed
Umer Ahmed

Very nice and informative video Thanks 👍👍👍

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Thomas Owen
Thomas Owen

Premium content, my good man

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Danyukhin
Danyukhin

That was sublime.

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MegaQuinsy
MegaQuinsy

what about "fake" light sources? Aint that also a thing to add in here?

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StarsideNews
StarsideNews

Great Teacher

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Tyler Wickwire
Tyler Wickwire

Ok I'll just let you do your stuff and I'll just agree.

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Dsky
Dsky

how come you dont use external light sources?

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Angutitsiaq Hansen
Angutitsiaq Hansen

f≠T, he was talking about a cinema lense with a smooth (declicked) aperture/iris so it's most definitely a measurement of light (T-stop) and not a length / aperture ratio (f-stop) found on stills lenses, the difference between f-stops and T-stops is not a lot (usually) but cinema lenses are made with a workflow where the minute difference between f-stops and T-stops matter, and it's one of the reasons why cinema lenses are crazy expensive

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Le Fou
Le Fou

Finally understood a lot about mechanical lighting Thanks !!

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Pixel Husky
Pixel Husky

This helps with my GT6 photos! V:

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Calyx Computers
Calyx Computers

You forgot to mention storage per clip ;)

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Sawyer Wright
Sawyer Wright

Better than a Ted Talk

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Michael Red
Michael Red

A "pro"not explaining f and t stops correctly.....

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Quillan Jacobson
Quillan Jacobson

You know you've been watching the slo mo guys for a long time when you know all of the problems Gav will talk about before he gets to um lol

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Rami Nader
Rami Nader

Hi.. dose that mean that 180' on 25 fps would result the same amount of motion blur of 360' on 50 fps? cause if we do the math the exposure time would be the same in both cases.

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Chris Roberts
Chris Roberts

No. The 180' and 360' are basically the percentage of the framerate that the camera is exposing for, so although in both your examples the camera exposes for 1/50 of a second, in the 25fps shot there is another 1/50 of a second that's not shown and doesn't contribute to motion blur, whereas at 50fps the motion blur continues through to the start of the next frame.

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Doug Hopkins
Doug Hopkins

Do the Beverly hillbillies live next door?

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Radio Żelaza
Radio Żelaza

after years of delving into photo/filmmaking, now every time I watch a TV prod or a movie, I see action scenes filmed with 90 deg shutter and it drives me crazy :D or instead of pondering the story, I ponder the color grading in this or that shot... Kill me

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SAI PHANEESH
SAI PHANEESH

You're the Best teacher I hope....

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vas afferens
vas afferens

Fun fact to approx. 8:00: The same things automatically happens with your eye. If you focus on something very near to your eye your iris gets smaller too. This enables you to see things both even nearer and further away to your focus point unobscured. (called depth of field). For those interested, the medical term is called accomodation reflex.

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Eli Bane
Eli Bane

why dont you buy or make a big bright light so that you can record anytime?

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Megan Is Awesome
Megan Is Awesome

When he said it's all about speed I was like SPEED IS KEY!!!

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FrittenLP
FrittenLP

I just cant put it into words how much i love you guys! You create art with every video and your humor always cheers me up! :) Thank you so much!

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