To entertain, to advertise and to inform: we consider how time-lapse can be used along these lines in the medium of television.
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.
Cooking involves skill and patience but it is also something that can be enjoyed by amateurs and professionals alike. We consider how time-lapse can be put to use to capture food in many different contexts.
“‘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.
Over 100 years ago time-lapse made its first appearance on the big screen.
So why are people still fascinated with it in the 21st century?