Artists create bullet-time light paintings with 96 cameras

What happens when you use 96 cameras to capture 30 second exposures and apply bullet-time effects to them? You get these amazing 360-degree light paintings that look way sick.

Shot in three months in a studio in China, "Splice Boys" aka Tom Brandon, Richard Kendall and Crew get all the credit for these crazy bullet-time light paintings.

How did Splice Boys get the shots? Simple: "A lot of running around with lights. Also combining manual and pulsing strobe flash." Splice Boys boldly proclaim all the imaging is in-camera imaging.

It's magnificently done, that's for sure.

Vimeo, via TheAwesomer

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