Tag: aerial

Aerial photography looking down on the city streets of Hong Kong.

Time-Lapse Trends: aerial perspectives

In this instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends”, we look at the thrilling results when time-lapse and aerial photography are combined.

A drone in flight in cloudy skies.

Drones – what’s new?

We like to keep an eye on what’s new and exciting in the world of drones, as well as the important debates surrounding this innovative technology. Here is our latest update.

Low-angle shot of a drone in flight with a camera affixed to its body.

Autonomous travel – the future for drones?

An important addition to our drone features. In this blog we explore the pros and cons behind recent reports about ‘aerial taxis’ in Dubai and other conventional drone uses.

Cranes working over Albert Embankment at Nine Elms

Media in construction

Taking a look at some of the modern media solutions available on construction sites, and how they can be used to great effect both on and off-site.

Beauty shot of the countryside from a drone

Regulations and retail – drones are hanging around

An updated look at drones following holiday sales that saw them become one of the ‘must-have’ Christmas gifts in 2016. How can they be used commercially, as well as flown for a hobby?

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

Using drones creatively for a different perspective

Having previously looked at the rising popularity of drones, the benefits to major economies and the laws & restrictions in place to control their use, we take it back to basics in our latest blog. Find out why UAVs can be applied so easily to photographic projects.

Screenshot of the new Time-Lapse Systems website

New-look website for Time-Lapse Systems launches

Our brand new website is now live, making it easier than ever to find out about our services, the projects we work on and why we’re one of the UK’s leading, specialist time-lapse providers.

Aerial view across Riverlight at Nine Elms

Life in the round – 360° video and the future of moving images

The latest developments in 360° technology allow us to view the world as we see it, but through a computer or mobile phone.

It is becoming an increasingly popular tool for professional photographers, and thanks to the easy-upload formats used on YouTube and Facebook almost anyone can view the results.

Steel erection at South Essex College

Where are drones really going?

Drones are back on everyone’s lips once again.

And despite the constant legal battles they face, companies are still ploughing billions into the evolving technology.