Time-lapsing art allows lengthy, intricate processes to be condensed concisely through time-lapse capture and showcased through short videos.
Tag: Charming Baker
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.
As 2016 comes to an end, we review just some of the many projects and work we have been involved in these past 12 months. In part one of this round-up, take a look at our new websites, new staff and most popular blogs.
In August 2015 we explored some of the incredible “one-off” projects we have worked on. Well over 12-months on, this blog features many new projects we have captured for our clients, from an ancient warship to a temporary garden cinema!
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?
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…
The traditional use of time-lapse has been to study or record long-term processes in a much shorter time-frame.
But rapid capture is turning the industry on its head – with some impressive results.