A Slow-Motion Glimpse Of 8 Hours In Brooklyn

A Slow-Motion Glimpse Of 8 Hours In Brooklyn
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Next Level Pictures shoots Brooklyn over an eight hour period, capturing the vibrant summertime spirit of the borough in slow-motion.

Kyana Gordon
  • 15 august 2011

Spike Lee’s, Do The Right Thing has come to define scorching hot, summertime vibes in Brooklyn with its colorful portrait of a neighborhood. Hoping to capture a similar spirit, and armed with a Phantom Flex camera capable of shooting up to 2,564fps, Next Level Pictures captured all footage during an 8 hour period. A slow-motion glimpse of Brooklyn in summertime shows skateboarders, basketball players dunking, break-dancers, and kids playing with open fire hydrants to reveal how seemingly everyday things become meaningful when we can just slow down and take our time to appreciate them.

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