We take a detailed look at the complimentary relationship between time-lapse photography and social media: what is there to be gained and how does it benefit particular industries such as construction?
Tag: social media
19 August 2018 marks World Photo Day, which is now a global movement of photographers who want to share their world. We explore the origins and value of this important, collective photography event.
How time-lapse & construction go hand-in-hand. Taking a closer look at construction time-lapse in both theory and application.
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.
Popular sporting events are given ample coverage across media but time-lapse can offer an exciting alternative to the more traditional modes of capture.
We take a look at some of the updated statistics behind Time-Lapse Systems, including our most viewed tweets and videos, as well as our global reach across different sectors and locations.
In the final part of this double feature on the cultural phenomenon that is the selfie, we consider some of the main points of debate regarding how this photographic form is changing our lives.
The selfie has fundamentally changed how we represent ourselves and how others are represented to us. In Part I of this double feature, we consider where the phenomenon came from and where it’s taking us.
Our work often entails installing camera systems in high places. We consider the ins and outs of working on rooftops in order to provide the best in time-lapse and site monitoring services.
As a leading time-lapse provider, we are well accustomed to providing capture of this particular “Time-Lapse Trend”. Construction is the focus of our video examples this week.