Admit it — you’ve been to a hipster wedding before, it probably had mason jars and a DIY photo booth. As fun as it was, its been done and we’re all wondering what’s the next big thing?
Look no more, because Seattle-based video production group Super Frog Saves Toyko (SFST) has discovered it: Slow-motion photo booths. Slow-motion photo booths not only look incredibly fun, they’re also visually stunning.
The stun-factor is most likely due to the fact that these slow-motion videos are shot using a RED Epic camera, which costs more than the average American makes in a year.
And that’s not all.
SFST explains that the video is shot at 160 frames per second and apparently guests struggle with comprehending that concept. However, once guests get the hang of things, all you need is an open bar and you’re in for an epic video.
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