"Sculpture by the Sea" is an event held over 10 days each year at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia.
For the 2012 exhibition there were more than 100 sculptures from many different countries displayed around the cliffs.
I made the movie from stills and movie clips taken with a Panasonic ZS20 digicam during my visit on 23 October 2012, and it was edited using iMovie at 60fps on an iMac as described on my webpage at ianperegian.com.
This is a short movie of falling water droplets that I made from clips taken in the "High Speed Video" mode of my Panasonic ZS20 digicam. The first segment is at an equivalent of 880fps, the middle segment at 440fps, and the final segment at 880fps.
The falling drop forms a crater in the water surface when it hits. The crater collapses and a rapidly upwards moving vertical column of water is produced, which is called a "Worthington jet", and then droplets pinch off from the jet. This article describes the physics involved: physics.aps.org/story/v23/st3.
I tried slow motion rendering of the 1080/60p HD movie taken with my Panasonic ZS20 digicam of a Rainbow Lorikeet feeding on the flowers of a Golden Penda tree that I previously uploaded here: vimeo.com/40429376.
The first part is a clip rendered at normal speed (60fps), then the next is the same clip at 50% speed (equivalent to 120fps), the next at 38% speed (equivalent to 160fps) and the last part is at 25% speed (equivalent to 240fps). I used iMovie on an iMac for the rendering.
This is a short movie I made from 1080/60p AVCHD clips taken hand-held with my Panasonic ZS20/TZ30 compact ultrazoom camera.
The Rainbow Lorikeet is a small Australian native parrot and they are common in southeastern Queensland. They feed on the nectar from trees and shrubs and they particularly like the Australian rainforest tree called the Golden Penda when it flowers.
I used iMovie on an iMac to edit the clips at 60fps, as described on my webpage at: ianperegian.com.