In this blog post we provide answers to the how, what and why in relation to the extraordinary medium of time-lapse photography.
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We have provided specialised short-term time-lapse documenting the remarkable transformation of Scotstoun Sports Campus into a world-class swimming venue ahead of the first ever European Championships in Glasgow.
Work that is extensive in size, duration, or reputation is often the subject for professional time-lapse capture. But how can time-lapse be applied to document ‘big’ projects?
Time-lapse is often considered to be a modern photographic technique but its 140-year history would suggest otherwise.
Our latest time-lapse for the Royal Albert Hall – one of London’s most historic venues – capturing their recent excavation works ahead of their 150th birthday celebrations in 2021.
Whether long-term or short-term in duration – capturing happenings in major venues to the construction of temporary structures, stands & stadia – time-lapse photography is the perfect medium for effective event management.
Delving deep below London and into the underground tunnels at The Postal Museum, our team helped the attraction document their brand new Mail Rail ride under construction, in exceptionally challenging conditions.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
How can time-lapse be utilised effectively to keep companies ‘on-brand’? This blog details some of the ways in which you can make your mark by incorporating time-lapse videos as part of your branding strategy.
Using both remote time-lapse capabilities and in situ capture, Time-Lapse Systems are one of the UK’s leading providers of internal time-lapse, for retail fit-out projects, office refits and more.