Learn about the practicalities of the process of ‘slow motion’ filming in a lavishly-illustrated talk by Gary Evans ASIS FRPS.
High-speed motion photography captures events that are over in the blink of an eye. In this talk we look at some of the considerations that are made when planning a high-speed video shoot, using as a case study a project to film metals exploding in water. High-speed imaging is just one of the techniques which were used to capture the images showcased in the visually stunning International Images for Science exhibition, which will be open for viewing on the day. Gary Evans will also be talking through his work curating the exhibition, and science photography in general.
Tickets £6.10 from the Royal Albert Hall box office.
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