Slow motion is a movie effect that makes it seem like time has slowed down. The technique was invented, according to Wikipedia, by an Austrian priest named August Musger in the early 20th century.
The effect is done by capturing the images at a rate much faster than they will be played back. So, at normal speed, everything looks like it is moving slower! Slow motion is used to capture sporting events or natural phenomena. Your cell phone may also be capable of recording video and playing it back!
This video, featuring Nacho, the English bulldog puppy, dressed in a red coat and hat! It is in slow motion and shows Nacho chasing after a blue ball. Watching things in slow motion seems to make them more dramatic and exciting! Watch and see Nacho track down the ball – slowly! LOL! Be sure to see if your camera is able to do this and have some fun!
Feature Image Source: David Israel Garcia