Adam Shomsky filmed skateboarder Christopher Chann in slow-motion at Stoner Skate Plaza in Los Angeles. The tricks are beautifully shot, and do an exquisite job of showing how difficult skateboarding actually is. Even in slow-motion, the way Chann manipulates the board looks superhuman.
This is exactly the sort of footage I imagine myself shooting with the new 240 fps slow-motion option on the iPhone 6. Of course, I won't film skateboarders. I'll film cars or dogs or whatever else is convenient, then be embarrassed by my lack of filmmaking talent. And then I'll probably play Desert Golfing.