Capturing Hawker Typhoon veteran’s dream flight. 98-year-old Bernard Gardiner got to experience flying a Spitfire thanks to the Hawker Typhoon Preservation Society.
Tag: time-lapse photography
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.
An overview of all of our projects with Alton Towers Resort and Merlin Entertainments, a company who we have been connected to for many years and have an established relationship with. This includes the production of several time-lapse construction videos, filming of event footage and general photography around the resort.
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.
Join us in outer space for this blog as we take a closer look at some recent applications of time-lapse which capture the wonders of Earth and its surrounding cosmos.
Arguably only in its infancy, we return right to the very beginning of time-lapse photography, considering what it is, where it came from and how it has become such a popular and effective method of capture in such a short time since its inception.
Here we explore how a professional time-lapse and site monitoring service is fit for both internal and external methods of capture.
In order to deliver the best possible services across multiple genres, it is sometimes necessary to implement a multimedia approach. One size does not necessarily fit all when it comes to providing media services for clients working across a range of different sectors. It is essential, therefore, to offer tailored solutions in order to fulfil […]
This blog provides a special and detailed report on how time-lapse can be used as a tool for publicly documenting urbanisation.
What we produce is viable to many visual genres. This instalment of “Using Time-Lapse” focuses on some of the ways our work has been used in line with televised broadcasts by several high-end companies.