We’re sure you’ve heard of the slow food movement, developed mainly as a backlash against fast food. Believe it or not, it’s over 25 years old!
While some people think it’s related to slow cooking, its aims are more closely aligned with the localvore (or locavore) movement as well as ethical food production and consumption. It is also linked to the slow living movement.
But that’s not what we’re talking about today.
Recently we were impressed by a series of Youtube videos by San Francisco-based food site Chow. Titled “Food Flash,” the videos are experiments in slow-motion and macro food photography.
“We filmed simple actions common in everyday cooking, the things that happen so fast they usually go unnoticed.
Ready? Turn off the lights, turn up the speakers, and enjoy.”