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.
We dig deep in our time-lapse archives to bring you a selection of stunning images taken by our own camera systems during times of low-level light.
“‘Broadcast-ready’ time-lapse refers to a combination of quality and adaptability that can appeal to television audiences that not only matches, but enhances their viewing experience.” We unpack this using some of our own examples.
Looking for greener solutions in everyday business is becoming increasingly important, particularly in the construction industry. We look at projects captured with time-lapse that have ‘green’ objectives.
“Time-Lapse Trends” looks at beards, babies, plants, and human life in this week’s instalment, featuring examples of how time-lapse has been utilised to document processes of growth.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
A high percentage of construction work takes place in the city, which means that time-lapse often finds its home in such busy environments. We consider several city-based projects, illustrating how major contractors utilise this medium.
How can time-lapse help advance scientific investigation? We explore some recent applications in different branches of this discipline, including natural sciences, geoscience, and biology.
Despite some working environments being more challenging to work in than others, we always go above and beyond for our clients, continually pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved using time-lapse.
For projects which come with a quick turnaround period, such as prestigious events and short-term work, time-lapse can be used effectively to add value within the associated time constraints.