Tag: photography

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Modern Time-Lapse Photography Techniques

Now almost 150-years-old, the photography technique known as time-lapse is still growing & expanding. From the traditional, ‘linear’ method of fixed position capture, it now covers everything from fast-paced walkthroughs to ‘miniature faking’. We explore some of these more modern applications in our latest blog.

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Connected: accessing the world around us through the lens

Taking a look at the benefits of different forms of photography, from their roots right through to their present day purposes. And even a new ‘hybrid’ technology, helping to bring previously still photographs to life.

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Evolution of photography – pioneers of the medium

Barely two centuries old, the rapid evolution of photography is a result of the creative endeavours of certain pioneering individuals. An artist, scientist, and the father of Victorian photography, we trace the defining contributions of three important figures in this field.

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Solar power – a bright opportunity for time-lapse

A special blog looking at the growing use of off-grid power – including solar and wind. What benefits does this bring to time-lapse & site monitoring, as well as the wider world, and why is its use likely to become more & more common in the future?

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Tips for your winter photography

Snow is hitting parts of the country, fog in others and rain elsewhere. It might not be pleasant, but it is a great opportunity to snap some unique photos if you just give it a go.

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Time-Lapse Systems: our 2016 round-up – part one

As 2016 comes to an end, we review just some of the many projects and work we have been involved in these past 12 months. In part one of this round-up, take a look at our new websites, new staff and most popular blogs.

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Around the world in 12 Christmas time-lapses – part one

This time of year we love to spread some festive cheer. In previous years you might have enjoyed our bizarre (and somewhat tenuous) “12 Days of Time-Lapse” blogs. For 2016 we take a tour around the world through time-lapse. Discover “part one” of this two-part series right here.

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Capturing winter sports on camera

Here is another of our ‘photography tip’ blogs, this time focusing on the seasonal white stuff – snow! If you are taking to the slopes this winter and want to snap some shots, have a look over some of our ideas and hints on how to create the best images possible.