I've been talking with several artists, photographers and filmmakers alike, and everyone seems to be agreeing that we're at this magical crossroads between film and photography, or at the very least, the usual conventions that we associate with each of those.
On one side we have photography as capturing a moment with a single frame. At the other we have film, capturing around 24 frames per second.
With the new technology we can now capture incredible slow-motion. Extreme slow-motion bridges that gap, where despite capture thousands of frame per second, you can actually create a moving image that moves so slowly it looks like a moving photograph after a few seconds or minutes.
It's a new world for discovery, creativity and inspiration.