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Our time-lapse images shared on Twitter by 125 Deansgate.

Capturing the whole narrative – demolition & construction

A large proportion of our work is for contractors who wish for their construction projects to be time-lapsed. But more and more companies are interested in the whole narrative, which includes both the demolition & construction phase of work.

Our time-lapse edit shared by the BFI on Twitter

Time-lapse & social media: the perfect combination

We take a detailed look at the complimentary relationship between time-lapse photography and social media: what is there to be gained and how does it benefit particular industries such as construction?

Time-Lapse Systems: just some recent numbers

We take a look at some of the updated statistics behind Time-Lapse Systems, including our most viewed tweets and videos, as well as our global reach across different sectors and locations.

Construction progress on Albert Embankment from across the Thames, central London.

Time-Lapse Trends: construction

As a leading time-lapse provider, we are well accustomed to providing capture of this particular “Time-Lapse Trend”. Construction is the focus of our video examples this week.

An idyllic castle emerging from the screen of an iPhone - depicting a virtual reality.

360° meets virtual reality

Viewing ‘life in the round’ using 360 degree technology is incredible in itself, but when used with virtual reality, immersive and interactive experiences appear more lifelike than ever before.

Our time-lapse edit shared by the BFI on Twitter

Live streaming – media, audiences and site monitoring

Site monitoring from remote time-lapse cameras pre-dates any of the public live streaming services that now dominate the social media universe. Why has the popularity of live, digital media soared in recent years and is time-lapse site monitoring still relevant?