Now almost 150-years-old, the photography technique known as time-lapse is still growing & expanding. From the traditional, ‘linear’ method of fixed position capture, it now covers everything from fast-paced walkthroughs to ‘miniature faking’. We explore some of these more modern applications in our latest blog.
Tag: event monitoring
Rapid capture solutions may not be the most traditional application of time-lapse photography but when used to cover short-term works it can reap impressive results.
What we produce is viable to many visual genres. This instalment of “Using Time-Lapse” focuses on some of the ways our work has been used in line with televised broadcasts by several high-end companies.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
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.
For both long-term and short-term events – from major venues and festivals to stand & stadia redevelopments – time-lapse can be used to relay information, as part of marketing or for monitoring purposes. In this latest blog we explore some practical examples of time-lapse at events.
Is it possible to ‘Do It Yourself’ when it comes to a time-lapse camera?
Could hiring or renting at bespoke time-lapse camera system from a professional company work out as better value for money?
Adding motion to time-lapses can create some wonderful videos.
Here are some of our most recent favourites.
The “our work” series takes a closer look at some of the clients and projects we work with and on.
Demolition is the focus of this (second) blog.
From chronophotography came time-lapse, which is now reaching out to countless sectors.
From construction to remote event photography, it benefits thousands of businesses every day.