In this blog post we provide answers to the how, what and why in relation to the extraordinary medium of time-lapse photography.
When snapping those special holidays in order to help preserve the memory, you should consider time-lapse photography. We tell you why.
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.
Taking a look at the benefits of different forms of photography, from their roots right through to their present day purposes. And even a new ‘hybrid’ technology, helping to bring previously still photographs to life.
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 […]
Delving deep below London and into the underground tunnels at The Postal Museum, our team helped the attraction document their brand new Mail Rail ride under construction, in exceptionally challenging conditions.
Changes to our surrounding environment is the focus of this week’s “Time-Lapse Trends”. Covering real and virtual worlds, we explore how the medium presents developments within these different environments.
A large portion of construction work in city centres involves office developments. We look back at some of our own work which illustrates how time-lapse can be applied to showcase work in this sector.
The second half of our blog featuring Internet videos where things perhaps did not go to plan. Part one focused on animals, but part two on humans – and their interaction with everything from rock formations to fish under the sea.
This two-part blog features videos from across the Internet that show how doing it yourself can sometimes end up with less than ideal results. Part one focuses on animals – and perhaps why you should not leave your equipment unattended in the wilderness!