Biophilia and blooms in time-lapse capture the beauty of unfurling flowers and blossoming plants and lets us engage with nature.
“One of the most remarkable qualities of time-lapse photography is that it enables a view of things which our eyes cannot naturally see.” We explore this advantage of time-lapse.
Our first “Time-Lapse Trends” instalment of 2019 looks at the fascinating life and distinct qualities of plants and flowers.
Despite the cold snaps we have been experiencing recently, we are starting to see some signs of springtime emerging. We consider how photography and time-lapse can be put to use to document this vibrant season.
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.
“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.
We continue our seasonal theme with this short video blog, featuring several examples that offer creative, varied perspectives on the ‘coming to life’ of nature during springtime.