The UK and Scotland have been battered recently by snow, ice, and freezing cold temperatures. Time-lapsing outdoors requires camera systems to withstand such conditions – a professional provider ensures continuous capture in all weathers.
Tag: remote capture
A short blog about how time-lapse can be put to use to document the wonders of the long winter months.
Here we explore how a professional time-lapse and site monitoring service is fit for both internal and external methods of capture.
Rail-based works can be captured using time-lapse in a myriad of different ways. In this instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends”, we take a closer look at several examples of hobbyist and more professional time-lapses following this theme.
Sun up to sun down is something that we often take for granted because it happens every day. In our second instalment for “Time-Lapse Trends: Day to Night” series, we show how time-lapse helps bring out the extraordinary in the ordinary.
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.
We dig deep in our time-lapse archives to bring you a selection of stunning images taken by our own camera systems during times of low-level light.
“‘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.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
The full potentiality of time-lapse photography rests on its dual capability as a video marketing tool and as a site monitoring solution. We consider the latter in some detail, exploring its various benefits for contractors, stakeholders, and other invested parties.