If you ever wanted to see slow motion footage of the Apollo 13 Saturn V rocket on liftoff here is your chance. The video uploaded about 5 years ago by Spacecraft Films an aerospace related footage company that has some of the most compelling video on the subject. See http://www.spacecraftfilms.com/blog/ for more information on their footage and usage rights.
There is a plethora of new slow motion videos being produced each day and hundreds of thousands a year to maybe millions. However there is a clear distinction between the good the bad and the middle of the road efforts to capture content. There is also a clear trend to monetize slow motion on Youtube and Facebook and that makes it easy to find video trends of sports tricks, nature themes and people shooting others doing pranks or sexy poses that will allow for millions of views.
We try to find footage that is great in it’s own right and strives to avoid the monetization aspect of cookie cutter slow motion that while entertaining; does not better the crop of footage that enrich your mind and senses.
Independence day is easily the most celebrated holiday in the United States and with good reason as it commemorates the beginning of the nation. It is also the #1 day for fireworks display in the USA. Fireworks can be quite dangerous so stay safe if you use them; but you can also enjoy professional displays all over the country.
We have gathered a number of examples across the web of exploding fireworks in slow motion so you can get a glimpse of how these colorful and bright rockets explode and launch. All in the safety of your screen. BTW don’t try this at home, this sort of thing should be left to the pros!