Students in the Isaacson School worked with the new Edgertronic high speed camera to capture lures dropping into water. The initial challenge was in the lighting, ensuring that the water and the lures were lit properly. The second challenge was in setting up the highly technical high FPS camera the school recently acquired. A second team of students used the Black Magic Film camera to capture the scene and the way the students were working together.
“It was interesting to see the whole process of slow motion capture” said Chris Murphy, a second year Graphic Design student in the school. “Learning how to manage the technical parts of production while also designing the video was a real challenge” said Dez Raven, who is nearing her last semester at the school.