Slow-mo trains and mathematics

Towards the end of last year it seemed as if every geeky, gadgety, or photography website was featuring the awesome Glide 2, a slow-motion film shot from a high-speed train. In two weeks, it attracted a staggering 735,000 views.

That video was made by my good friend Graeme Taylor. He spoke to my friend and editor of Small Aperture Daniela, who was  fortunate enough to be able to catch up with him over braised lamb shanks earlier this week, and heard about the similarities between maths and photography, finding a train suitable for filming, and devising a follow-up to Glide.

The video that caused all the trouble

Read the full interview over on Small Aperture - it's well worth a closer look!


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