Tag: DIY

Materials Science Building being demolished at the University of Manchester

Time-Lapse Trends: demolition

Demolition requires as much planning and precision as construction works. Even when presenting processes at a much faster rate than they happen in reality, time-lapse is still able to isolate significant details of such complex works.

Site monitoring: an additional benefit of time-lapse

The full potentiality of time-lapse photography rests on its dual capability as a video marketing tool and as a site monitoring solution. We consider the latter in some detail, exploring its various benefits for contractors, stakeholders, and other invested parties.

Structure of BFI's Embankment Garden Cinema being erected

A complete time-lapse service for hire

Our latest blog considers some of the pitfalls of DIY time-lapse or using inferior, off-the-shelf systems when aiming to capture construction work. With multiple providers of professional time-lapse services also available, what do you need to look out for?

Close-up of a drone

Videos that went wrong – part two: humans

The second half of our blog featuring Internet videos where things perhaps did not go to plan. Part one focused on animals, but part two on humans – and their interaction with everything from rock formations to fish under the sea.

Videos that went wrong – part one: animals

This two-part blog features videos from across the Internet that show how doing it yourself can sometimes end up with less than ideal results. Part one focuses on animals – and perhaps why you should not leave your equipment unattended in the wilderness!

Cloudy skies can make great time-lapses

Operating a time-lapse camera system outdoors

What will the British weather throw at us as we approach the autumn and winter months?

Professional media production companies can put systems in place that operate no matter the conditions outside.

Internal time-lapse at Legoland Star Wars Miniland

Achieving the highest possible quality

The “do it yourself” attitude might be mis-placed when it comes to time-lapse.

We explore the potential challenges of attempting to create a fully-functioning camera system on your own.