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Catching Breakfast On the Fly

Here’s a lovely breakfast shot in HD by Burton Stroube Studios for food service marketing agency Marlin Network, showcasing just how good food can look and also how amazing HD is when that food goes flying:

You know, the first thing… okay, first, if you’re interested in how they got the food to go airborne and how they shot the thing, this behind-the-scenes video featuring the Phantom HD Gold shooting at 1000fps will help:

But, you know, if that food is edible, it seems like a waste of food for the sake of a cool slow-motion HD video. I’d rather they gave the food to a needy, hungry person and shot something else in slo-mo HD.  But that’s just old unartistic me.  Old, unartistic, hungry me.  How far is IHOP from here?

HT: Geekosystem, Tasteologie

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Comments

  1. Kronos says:

    Suck on that starving children. Oh yeah, you can’t even do that.

  2. I disagree with the “wasted food” sentiment. This food wasn’t wasted, it was used to create an awesome video.

    It happens every day with Mentos and Coke videos, Car companies and the Mythbusters routinely destroy cars just for the sake of making edutaintional videos.

    In February I made a video using a $30 bottle of wine and a $3 cup of coffee. I was chided for it, as one might expect from the internet. The wine and coffee were ruined, but ads on that video made $1500.