Tip #30: Slow-Mo Video

Slow and steady wins the race.

We've seen it used in superhero flicks, videogames, and more, but slow-mo can actually pretty handy to capture certain family moments. Whether it's used to add drama to a heartwarming experience, or heighten how hilarious a reaction can be, you can take advantage of slowing things down with this easy tutorial.

I personally love using slow motion when there is a lot of movement happening like splashing in the water, throwing your kid in the air or wind blowing hair all over the place. In the video below, I share how to shoot in slow-mo and trick that not many people know about.....updating the clip on when the slow-mo starts and ends.