Time-lapsing art allows lengthy, intricate processes to be condensed concisely through time-lapse capture and showcased through short videos.
We dig into our blog archives and reflect on the significance of photography to help mark this year’s #WorldPhotographyDay.
This week’s “Trends” instalment explores the winning combination when time-lapse photography is applied to capture the intricacies of sculpture.
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 explore the fascinating work of artists who push the boundaries of time-lapse photography in form and content.
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.
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.
In this short video blog we feature some of our favourite World Cup themed time-lapses in order to specially mark today as the start of this year’s tournament hosted by Russia.
Time-lapse has aided artists in their creative processes for a few years now but its applications continue to evolve. In this blog we explore how time-lapse is becoming more than just a way to document the work of artists but becoming part of the art itself.
In the final part of this double feature on the cultural phenomenon that is the selfie, we consider some of the main points of debate regarding how this photographic form is changing our lives.