Tag: snow

Angel Gardens, Manchester illuminated by the rising of the morning sun.

Special photo moments – sunrise

We hope to warm things up slightly following the rather chilly conditions of recent weeks in this instalment of ‘special photo moments’. Enjoy some of our sunrise images captured by our very own time-lapse camera systems.


Time-lapse capture in extreme weather conditions

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.

The Olympic Rings representing the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

Time-Lapse Trends: winter sports

We return with our second “Time-Lapse Trends” of the year. Today is the beginning of the 2018 Winter Olympics and so what better way to mark this occasion than with a feature on winter sports?

A snowy scene reflected in a spherical shape.

Wintery weather time-lapses

A short blog about how time-lapse can be put to use to document the wonders of the long winter months.

Santa sitting in front of the fireplace.

Time-Lapse Trends: Christmas

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” So what better way to capture Christmas than with time-lapse video? Here is a selection of our favourites for this week’s “Time-Lapse Trends”.

Lightning and storm clouds over a desolate landscape.

Time-Lapse Trends: weather

We continue our “Time-Lapse Trends” series with another common subject for time-lapse – the weather.

Snow begins to melt from the top of a red leaf

Tips for your winter photography

Snow is hitting parts of the country, fog in others and rain elsewhere. It might not be pleasant, but it is a great opportunity to snap some unique photos if you just give it a go.

Blanket snow at Manchester Airport

Weather worries: continuous time-lapse capture in all elements

Hoping for a white Christmas? We are proud to offer a true 24/7, 365 year-round service, with equipment and hardware that we have developed over many years and continue to innovate. So if the snow does fall in the next few months, or we continue to see freezing temperatures, we have you covered.