The making of a time-lapse video involves many important technical processes. We consider all the basics.
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.
Now almost 150-years-old, the photography technique known as time-lapse is still growing & expanding. From the traditional, ‘linear’ method of fixed position capture, it now covers everything from fast-paced walkthroughs to ‘miniature faking’. We explore some of these more modern applications in our latest blog.
Time-lapse photography can be understood as an incredibly ‘slow’ process. Far from being a detriment, however, the extent of what is put in is reflected in the quality of the finished product.
We revisit a number of epic projects in our archives to illustrate how time-lapse can be applied to provide a visual narrative of incredibly complex, heavy-duty works.
Following the success of last year’s round-up – which reviewed the exciting work we had been involved with in 2016 – we round-off the last 12 months in the same fashion.
Here we explore how a professional time-lapse and site monitoring service is fit for both internal and external methods of capture.
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.
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.
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.