Tag: science

Stills of Eadweard Muybridge's 'Horse in Motion'

Time-lapse as part art, part science

The origins of both photography & time-lapse photography are rooted in its function as a scientific tool. Over the years, this function has shifted towards more creative motivations. Time-lapse, therefore, is a product of both science & art.

Long exposure night shot of Washington DC cityscape.

Time-Lapse Through the Decades – Part II

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.

Stills of Eadweard Muybridge's 'Horse in Motion'

Time-Lapse Through the Decades – Part I

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.

Seagull flies past our off-grid camera system at St Andrews Links, Scotland

Animals through time-lapse – part one

Have you ever wanted to see a butterfly emerge from its cocoon or see the depths of the sea in all its glory? Thanks to time-lapse, this and more is all possible.

Moon over London

Time-lapse monitoring in scientific studies

Time-lapse is a brilliant tool in time-and-motion studies. This in itself lends itself to and is used by scientific industries, and helps to explore processes not usually seen by the naked eye.