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.
Tag: Royal Albert Hall
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.
In August 2015 we explored some of the incredible “one-off” projects we have worked on. Well over 12-months on, this blog features many new projects we have captured for our clients, from an ancient warship to a temporary garden cinema!
The latest in our Friday Feature blog series. Although all internal time-lapse projects can prove challenging, fixing and capturing from the Main Auditorium at the Royal Albert Hall was on another level. Watch the finished video in this blog.
Capturing time-lapse has a number of challenges no matter the environment or location. From changing weather conditions outside to rapid lighting changes internally, every job has unique requirements to be fulfilled.
Construction, demolition, redevelopments, rebranding, events, sports… the list of potential projects is endless when it comes to time-lapse photography. With it’s diverse culture, lifestyles and economy, London then is the perfect focus for a blog on time-lapses that span a whole range of different subjects.
We finish our “humans through time-lapse” blog series by looking at two things: ‘changes’ to humans over time and ‘changes’ to the world around us.