Tag: long-term

Time-lapse camera system in situ at St Andrews Links Scotland

The ‘slow’ process of time-lapse photography

Time-lapse photography can be understood as an incredibly ‘slow’ process. Far from being a detriment, however, the extent of what is put in is reflected in the quality of the finished product.

An engineering worker at Essar causing sparks while working.

Capturing complex manoeuvres with time-lapse

We revisit a number of epic projects in our archives to illustrate how time-lapse can be applied to provide a visual narrative of incredibly complex, heavy-duty works.

A construction time-lapse project in Leeds.

Quintessentially time-lapse

We look at the likes of construction and other “quintessential” applications of time-lapse photography, considering their value and popularity.

Sign signalling The Open at St Andrews, Scotland.

Time-Lapse Trends: sporting events

Popular sporting events are given ample coverage across media but time-lapse can offer an exciting alternative to the more traditional modes of capture.

Our time-lapse edit shared by the BFI on Twitter

Why use rapid capture time-lapse?

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.

Huw Edwards introducing the Mary Rose project on the BBC News at Ten

Using Time-Lapse: broadcast television

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.