Category: Photography

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Photography blogs and news

As well as being specialists in time-lapse, we also work extensively with video, drone and other photography solutions. Our photography blogs look at the wider use of photography, including UAVs and tips for your own image work.

Nasa astronaut space satellite.

Documenting legacies of space travel with photography

50 years following the historic moon landing of 1969, scenes of American astronauts gracing the dusty lunar surface have been immortalised in photographic images. We consider the role of photography in documenting the legacies of space travel.

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The multiple benefits of time-lapse images

Typically, a time-lapse photograph archive facilitates the production of an edited sequence showing progress over a specific period of time. But the benefits of time-lapse images do not stop there.

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.

360° drone shot looking over Battersea Power Station and the River Thames

Aerial photography for construction sites

Construction site aerial photography allows you to visualise a project in its entirety and with stunning clarity at every stage of development.

A low-lit Halloween-themed scene featuring iconic seasonal items, such as pumpkins, candles and skulls.

Halloween – scary times caught on camera

However you choose to spend 31 October, it can be hard to escape from Halloween. We look at some of the ways in which this seasonal festival is popularly captured.

Stills of Eadweard Muybridge's 'Horse in Motion'

Time-lapse as part art, part science

The origins of both photography & time-lapse photography are rooted in its function as a scientific tool. Over the years, this function has shifted towards more creative motivations. Time-lapse, therefore, is a product of both science & art.