Slow-Motion HD Tattoos

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

There are lot of us out there that have tattoos. Then there are a much larger group out there that have thought about getting one, but are reluctant about the machines and process (specifically how much pain is involved). Thankfully Destin has explored the process, and breaks it into Laymern’s terms for the rest of us.

Through his “Smarter Every Day” YouTube channel, Destin takes a trip to Timepiece Tattoo, and films individuals getting tattoos. And this is where the real magic happens. Destin used special lights and macro lens to record the “This Is Why Tattoos Hurt” segment at both 1,500 FPS and then 3,200 FPS, offering up amazing slow motion footage for us to enjoy. If you want to see the good stuff, skip to the 3-minute mark. You’re welcome.

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