The use of time-lapse in television advertising is becoming commonplace nowadays. We explore the potential reasons for this in relation to some of the more memorable examples.
Tag: rapid capture
Rapid capture solutions may not be the most traditional application of time-lapse photography but when used to cover short-term works it can reap impressive results.
“‘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.
A large portion of construction work in city centres involves office developments. We look back at some of our own work which illustrates how time-lapse can be applied to showcase work in this sector.
A short video blog featuring time-lapse work capturing popular cityscapes – one city from six out of the world’s seven continents.
Time-Lapse Systems return to Southampton Freight Services headquarters for another specially commissioned time-lapse project capturing three months in the life of their busy operation.
Summer 2016 is certainly filled with some major sporting events, including Euro 2016, The Open golf and of course the 2016 Olympic Games.
Time-lapse – although traditionally used for long-term capture – can also play a part in such high-speed environments.
The traditional use of time-lapse has been to study or record long-term processes in a much shorter time-frame.
But rapid capture is turning the industry on its head – with some impressive results.
Following on from the Our Work series, we take a look at how Time-Lapse Systems produce more than just time-lapse videos.
From rapid interval capture to video interviews, we know how to get the best out of your project.
A TIGHT timeframe was one of a number of challenges we faced when capturing the fit-out of a major warehouse and office facility in Hampshire.
Southampton Freight Services chose us over any other company to capture the renovation of their new headquarters…