Today marks the Spring Equinox – the first day of spring in 2019. The first of this year’s seasonal photography blogs will hopefully encourage you to get out and about with your camera.
Our first “Time-Lapse Trends” instalment of 2019 looks at the fascinating life and distinct qualities of plants and flowers.
As we enter into autumn, we thought it would be a good time to cover the changing conditions that each new season brings – a popular subject for time-lapse photography.
Providing continuous capture to our clients means that we must be prepared for all weathers. As a result of this guarantee, our archives are full of ‘special photo moments’ featuring all kinds of conditions.
We return to our regular running feature, “Time-Lapse Trends” with a timely seasonal theme, which considers how the best of springtime may be captured using regular interval photography.
Despite the cold snaps we have been experiencing recently, we are starting to see some signs of springtime emerging. We consider how photography and time-lapse can be put to use to document this vibrant season.
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.
We continue our seasonal theme with this short video blog, featuring several examples that offer creative, varied perspectives on the ‘coming to life’ of nature during springtime.
Spring has sprung so what better time is there to get outdoors with your camera? Capture landscapes and coastlines as they burst into colour, capture misty woodlands, and the flora and fauna of this amazing season with our top tips for springtime photography.
We’re now midway through spring.
As it feels like we’re still battling through the end of winter, here are some time-lapses that celebrate what this season is supposedly all about.