We look at examples of how time-lapse can help to put a dynamic spin on one of the most ordinary and everyday of things: traffic.
“Time-Lapse Trends” delves into the heart of some of the world’s most spectacular cities. Equally as spectacular are some of the ways in which time-lapse has been put to work capturing them.
The varied scope and subject of civil engineering, infrastructural projects that take place in the city are perfectly suited for the capabilities of time-lapse capture.
We continue our “Time-Lapse Trends” series with this latest instalment about time-lapsing crowd movement. With controlled capture and using additional enhancements, such a simple thing can be rendered in extraordinary ways.
Urban environments are always under development, making them ample spaces for time-lapse projects. We consider what time-lapse can bring to the table in the city.
Our round-up of the most recent time-lapse videos on Vimeo should help get you in the swing of things as you get back to work after the Bank Holiday weekend.
Post-production is a hidden but integral part of time-lapse photography. As this mode is more widely used, we can see how photographers are using the editing process to further what time-lapse can do.
The concluding instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends: Day to Night” features some special night-time time-lapses from across the Internet.
Taking a look at some of the more conventional uses of time-lapse, from long-term construction photography through to city living and even food decaying.
A large portion of construction work in city centres involves office developments. We look back at some of our own work which illustrates how time-lapse can be applied to showcase work in this sector.