Case Study

Cinematic Revolution In Human Movement

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If you were to walk through the doors of Brazil’s Espaço Energia museum, you might be surprised by what you see: a large, three-screen platform displaying slow-motion footage of a woman dancing on a beach, ocean waves breaking behind her.

Then suddenly, the film cuts to a close-up of the woman’s hair as it billows around her head – then to her feet as she kicks up sand with each step.

The film might not seem like it belongs in a museum about energy, but for Llano, nothing could be further from the truth. The Chilean-born cinematographer has dedicated his life to capturing the poetry of human energy and movement – an artistic endeavor that involves slowing things down with the help of Vision Research high-speed cameras.

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