Year: 2019

Image collage of four pre-construction projects in our time-lapse archives.

Time-lapse for pre-construction works

While time-lapse construction videos are a speciality of ours, this is only one genre in our wider repertoire. We look at the ways in which we can apply our time-lapse solutions to document the work that comes before the build.

Focused photography on a sunny scene of wild daffodils in the grounds of historical architecture.

7 photography tips for the spring season

Today marks the Spring Equinox – the first day of spring in 2019. The first of this year’s seasonal photography blogs will hopefully encourage you to get out and about with your camera.

View of earth from space, featuring aurora lights.

Time-Lapse Trends: space exploration

Following our own news about our continued time-lapse capture for Airbus as they prepare their Mars rover – newly named the ‘Rosalind Franklin’ – we look at other space-themed videos.

Tim Peake stands alongside newly-named Rosalind Franklin rover in Mars simulation environment during naming ceremony ahead of space mission

Time-lapsing Airbus’ Rosalind Franklin rover ahead of Mars mission

We have two camera systems currently in situ at Airbus’ Stevenage base, where the final assembly of the Rosalind Franklin rover is underway. Our very bespoke time-lapse camera set-up is helping to capture the 300kg robotic vehicle ahead of its 2020 launch.

Time-lapsing in the depths of the underground rail networks in Central London for the Postal Museum.

Time-lapsing in iconic UK locations – Part One

“Above and below ground, brand new structures and historic vessels, theme parks and iconic venues.” Time-lapsing unique projects in iconic locations across the UK is something that we know how to do particularly well.

Black and white eye looking at time-lapse video

Time-lapse – revealing what the eye cannot see

“One of the most remarkable qualities of time-lapse photography is that it enables a view of things which our eyes cannot naturally see.” We explore this advantage of time-lapse.