To entertain, to advertise and to inform: we consider how time-lapse can be used along these lines in the medium of television.
Following the public release of our long-term, rapid interval time-lapse video of Wicker Man’s construction, our work also featured on Channel 4’s ‘Inside Alton Towers’ documentary, tracking the inside story of the roller coaster construction.
A look at how time-lapse is being chosen more regularly as a method for explaining complex processes, as part of news reporting. From the most traditional video news – on the television – to more modern methods, it is a medium that adds real value for consumer audiences.
One of the ways in which time-lapse photography is becoming more commonplace is through its relationship with television. We look at its developing use in a number of popular TV series.
Cooking involves skill and patience but it is also something that can be enjoyed by amateurs and professionals alike. We consider how time-lapse can be put to use to capture food in many different contexts.
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.
Over 100 years since time-lapse was first used in motion picture, it is now being seamlessly incorporated into the media we interact with on a daily basis. From the world’s biggest TV series to major brands and advertising campaigns, see how time-lapse is one of the most popular methods of video production.
COMMITTED to maintaining the highest levels of knowledge, skills and experience in our respective fields, the expansion of our team means we can continue to offer fully integrated specialisms and services.
Since the company was founded in 2007, Hideaway Studios Group has worked with a number of the leading companies in construction, media, entertainment and commerce across the globe…
The phrase “Ultra High Definition” is no longer new. Its increasing market share will most probably eclipse the HD format in years to come.
3D televisions have struggled to make an impact – so what is the fuss with 4K Ultra HD?