“Arts and crafts takes many forms in contemporary life; from more traditional activities such as drawing and painting, to pastimes that are cemented in certain cultures, to more modern adaptations in video game formats.” This video blog explores how time-lapse can emphasise the skill and precision of such activities.
Popular for such a long time, people are still finding new uses and benefits of time-lapse. Take a look at these videos from artists that are cleverly including time-lapse into their work.
Long-term time-lapse is often seen as this image and video production technique’s best asset. But what happens when you increase the interval rate of capture and the focus of the subject is the creation of art?
We finish our “humans through time-lapse” blog series by looking at two things: ‘changes’ to humans over time and ‘changes’ to the world around us.
SOTHEBY’S London is the latest in a long-line of prestigious venues where we have installed a bespoke time-lapse camera system – this time in the name of art.
Since December last year we have been working with Alan ‘Charming’ Baker – one of the most dynamic artists of his generation – to help document his work in the build up to his new solo show at Sotheby’s S2 Gallery…
Time-lapse is available to the masses.
Whether you are hiring a professional or doing it yourself, you can get some fantastic results.
Our round-up of time-lapse videos that emerged over the weekend should help to get your Monday going.
October was an exciting month for photography professionals and enthusiasts alike.
The mini ‘awards season’ was actually kicked off in September, but has continued on through to just a few days ago.
Too often we might believe we have seen all there is to see in the world. But people across the globe are embracing technology as a spyglass to the natural world, exploring the imperceptible changes. People have been experimenting with photography since the early 1800s and the majority of that time has been focused on […]
Taking images at set intervals is the perfect way for artists to record their work.
The finished sequence is a glimpse at the difficult process taken to produce a work of art.