Category: Time-Lapse Trends

The London cityscape at blue hour, captured by a time-lapse camera system.

Time-Lapse Trends: cities around the world

“Time-Lapse Trends” delves into the heart of some of the world’s most spectacular cities. Equally as spectacular are some of the ways in which time-lapse has been put to work capturing them.

Green and red foliage against a bright blue sky.

Time-Lapse Trends: changing seasons

As we enter into autumn, we thought it would be a good time to cover the changing conditions that each new season brings – a popular subject for time-lapse photography.

Crowded city-centre steps.

Time-Lapse Trends: crowd movement

We continue our “Time-Lapse Trends” series with this latest instalment about time-lapsing crowd movement. With controlled capture and using additional enhancements, such a simple thing can be rendered in extraordinary ways.

Clouds and blue skies.

Time-Lapse Trends: cloud formations

There doesn’t seem to be many of these in the sky at the moment during what is an incredible summer in the UK so far, but this week’s instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends” may just leave you wishing for some cloud in the forecast! (Well, maybe!)

Macro shot of pencils.

Time-Lapse Trends: 3D drawings

We come full circle in this latest instalment by returning to a theme from our very first blog of the series: 3D-themed time-lapse videos.

Orange origami boat.

Time-Lapse Trends: boats

This week’s “Time-Lapse Trends” is not for those who suffer from seasickness! We explore how time-lapse has been applied to capture all manner of boats.

The iconic Corkscrew roller coaster before its demolition at Alton Towers.

Time-Lapse Trends: roller coasters

This week’s “Time-Lapse Trends” explores the subject of roller coasters in varying forms. We even feature some of our own work capturing some iconic rides at the Alton Towers Resort.

A field of daisies sitting under a clear blue sky.

Time-Lapse Trends: springtime

We return to our regular running feature, “Time-Lapse Trends” with a timely seasonal theme, which considers how the best of springtime may be captured using regular interval photography.

Materials Science Building being demolished at the University of Manchester

Time-Lapse Trends: demolition

Demolition requires as much planning and precision as construction works. Even when presenting processes at a much faster rate than they happen in reality, time-lapse is still able to isolate significant details of such complex works.