A short round-up of interesting time-lapse videos we have sourced from Vimeo in the past week.
“Time-Lapse Trends” explores the animal kingdom and how time-lapse video provides a unique lens through which to view its wonders.
We explore the fascinating work of artists who push the boundaries of time-lapse photography in form and content.
We consider some of the ethical questions facing present and future generations eager for Instagram-worthy experiences, and the important work being done with smartphone technology to reduce harm to the natural world.
To mark the winner of the Sony World Photography Open awards announced yesterday, we consider the benefits of capturing the world through the lens of a camera.
Part II of this blog series continues to document time-lapse and its uses, beginning with the 1950s, taking us ‘Through the Decades’ to the present day.
In Part I of this two-part blog, we map out the history of time-lapse from the 1870s to the 1930s, featuring key interventions from the likes of Eadweard Muybridge, Georges Méliès, Dr. John Ott, and more.
Taking a look at some of the more conventional uses of time-lapse, from long-term construction photography through to city living and even food decaying.
The second half of our blog featuring Internet videos where things perhaps did not go to plan. Part one focused on animals, but part two on humans – and their interaction with everything from rock formations to fish under the sea.
This two-part blog features videos from across the Internet that show how doing it yourself can sometimes end up with less than ideal results. Part one focuses on animals – and perhaps why you should not leave your equipment unattended in the wilderness!