The origins of both photography & time-lapse photography are rooted in its function as a scientific tool. Over the years, this function has shifted towards more creative motivations. Time-lapse, therefore, is a product of both science & art.
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.
Sun up to sun down is something that we often take for granted because it happens every day. In our second instalment for “Time-Lapse Trends: Day to Night” series, we show how time-lapse helps bring out the extraordinary in the ordinary.
There is a new wave of photography changing the way we see the world – layer-lapse.
Photographer Julian Tryba seemingly stunned the internet when he uploaded “Boston Layer-Lapse” earlier this week.