Time-lapsing thunderstorms capture the powers of Mother Nature and the various forms of electric or lightning storms including tornadoes.
Category: Using Time-Lapse
Biophilia and blooms in time-lapse capture the beauty of unfurling flowers and blossoming plants and lets us engage with nature.
What is macro time-lapse and how is it different to regular time-lapse photography? We consider the subtle but important characteristics of this specific genre. What is macro time-lapse? Macro time-lapse is a technique within time-lapse photography that involves the camera taking photographs of objects with a ratio of 1:1 or larger. Simply explained, it is […]
Christmas 2020 captured on time-lapse. This year may be rather different from the previous, but people are ready for yuletide festivities.
Capturing ice through time-lapse – part 2. Capturing the different states of ice for natural history, scientific and research purposes.
Capturing ice through time-lapse. It is interesting to focus on how ice is captured, from ice cubes melting to ice crystals forming.
Our HS2 St James Garden time-lapse features in BBC series “Britain’s Biggest Dig”. Our footage is used to illustrate the work involved in the excavations.
Time-lapse captures cake and cookie decorating. It speeds up intricate and time-consuming processes to create engaging and informative videos.
Time-lapse can be used in many ways, but something that has been popular since its inception is tracking the progress of nature and growth. Time-lapse photography can be used to capture a visual record of a significant stretch of time, such as an entire pregnancy, and then distill the whole process into a few minutes. […]
How Autumn is captured through time-lapse. The autumnal change is celebrated throughout the world and is captured in varying landscapes and cities.