With the recent protests in London by socio-political movement Extinction Rebellion receiving considerable media coverage in April 2019, the environmental agenda has been given a wider platform. We look at how time-lapse may represent this urgent issue.
A time-lapse video roundup to break up the week, highlighting a selection of our favourites that have been published on Vimeo in the last seven days.
We look at examples of how time-lapse can help to put a dynamic spin on one of the most ordinary and everyday of things: traffic.
Our current live projects add to our already extensive Time-Lapse London portfolio. With many varied historical time-lapses, we are the best equipped to deliver the highest level of media services to clients across the growing UK capital.
We’ve given Easter a time-lapse twist in this seasonal blog – exploring how this special time is marked in different places across the world.
Our long-term time-lapse solutions were used as part of a new Channel 4 series – Grand Designs: The Street – which follows 10 people as they design and build their own homes in Oxfordshire.
Following on from the first instalment of this feature, we continue to reflect on some of our own work in various contexts time-lapsing complex machine manoeuvres.
Cranes, diggers, cherry pickers, excavation equipment and other tools are part and parcel of the construction environment. Here’s how time-lapse is applied to capture such work at its best.
A large part of our time-lapse construction work is residential developments. Our camera systems, both currently and historically, have helped to mediate many major projects in this sector.
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.