So just how slow do you have to film to catch the full effect of a match igniting? 4,000 frames a second slow, that’s how many.
Award-winning cinematographer and founder of UltraSlo Epic Slow Motion, Alan Teitel set out to capture the chemical reaction beauty of a match catching flame. It’s a pretty amazing look at something you’ve probably done hundreds of times in your life, but never really taken the time to think about. It’s without a doubt, the coolest video you’ll see online today, at least as far as burning match videos are concerned anyway.
Via Laughing Squid