With the recent state visit from the President of the United States currently occupying the news agenda, we look at how time-lapse has been applied to mediate other important political happenings.
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.
Join us once again in our annual round-up, which looks back at some of the many exciting developments and projects we have captured in 2018.
Following the public release of our long-term, rapid interval time-lapse video of Wicker Man’s construction, our work also featured on Channel 4’s ‘Inside Alton Towers’ documentary, tracking the inside story of the roller coaster construction.
A look at how time-lapse is being chosen more regularly as a method for explaining complex processes, as part of news reporting. From the most traditional video news – on the television – to more modern methods, it is a medium that adds real value for consumer audiences.
A month on from Wicker Man’s grand opening at Alton Towers this weekend – the first UK roller coaster of its kind in over 20 years – we report on our long-term & rapid interval time-lapse video from its construction.
One of the ways in which time-lapse photography is becoming more commonplace is through its relationship with television. We look at its developing use in a number of popular TV series.
What we produce is viable to many visual genres. This instalment of “Using Time-Lapse” focuses on some of the ways our work has been used in line with televised broadcasts by several high-end companies.
Although we capture across the UK and beyond, there is no region with a more varied collection of time-lapse work than the West Midlands – from major rail and infrastructure projects to car manufacturing plants and pop concerts.
“‘Broadcast-ready’ time-lapse refers to a combination of quality and adaptability that can appeal to television audiences that not only matches, but enhances their viewing experience.” We unpack this using some of our own examples.