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!
With Christmas still (just about) on the mind, we bring you one last lot of Christmas-themed time-lapses for 2016. Featuring a huge model village and a trip around Edinburgh.
Exploring the natural world through photography as we take a look at Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016. How can you use photography to capture and evoke the emotion of the environment and its inhabitants around us.
Science is at the very heart of every time-lapse.
Whilst it might not be the subject of it, the roots of these videos comes from chronophotography.
Lots of time-lapse sequences uploaded to Vimeo – one of the most popular moving photography sharing websites – are based around a beautiful landscape.
What gets lost amongst the many thousands of them is the different, more inventive clips.
Nature. What is it? We have very little control of it, after all.
Time-lapse might be the answer. Well, certainly a better view of it anyway.