If length contraction is a physical phenomenon, as many (not including myself) believe, then at a trillion frames per second, Raskar photography should be able to pick up the length contraction of an ordinary high speed bullet just by counting the number of frames it occupies when moving. Just like an atomic clock, the Raskar method should be able to act like a high resolution time microscope to see relativistic effects for low relativistic speeds.
So if a bullet might appear length contracted, why isn't the light pulse? We would have the same perspective to the bullet as to the light pulse. The light pulse is created by a clock in our frame but the clock of the light pulse's frame should be at a standstill relative to ours which means we shouldn't even be able to see the light pulse's frequency which should also be at a standstill.