With the recent protests in London by socio-political movement Extinction Rebellion receiving considerable media coverage in April 2019, the environmental agenda has been given a wider platform. We look at how time-lapse may represent this urgent issue.
We consider some of the ethical questions facing present and future generations eager for Instagram-worthy experiences, and the important work being done with smartphone technology to reduce harm to the natural world.
Google’s ‘Earth Engine’ is proven to be an incredible tool for tracking changes to our planet. Satellite images arranged into interactive time-lapse sequences facilitate thorough monitoring of important global changes.
Exploring the natural world through photography as we take a look at Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016. How can you use photography to capture and evoke the emotion of the environment and its inhabitants around us.
Following on from our previous blogs covering chronophotography, we take a look at how time-lapse is being used in the modern, digital age, and the ‘art’ that it is being used in.
The latest smartphone handsets are now so much more than a phone, with in-built cameras making photography accessible to anyone.
With new apps cropping up every day that promise to deliver time-lapse solutions, do they really have the quality to take on professionals?
After the popularity of last weeks blog, we take a brief look at some other popular nature time-lapses.
After a run of blogs highlighting the business benefits of time-lapse videos, we take a look at the more landscape-orientated edits.
Nature. What is it? We have very little control of it, after all.
Time-lapse might be the answer. Well, certainly a better view of it anyway.