Our first blog of 2017 explores the new year through time-lapse videos from photographers across the world, from as far back as 2011 and as recently as the turn of the latest year. Visit Australia, America and Ireland in these videos.
In August 2015 we explored some of the incredible “one-off” projects we have worked on. Well over 12-months on, this blog features many new projects we have captured for our clients, from an ancient warship to a temporary garden cinema!
It is just over a week since the 2016 presidential election in the USA and in keeping with a United States theme, we take a look at these unique time-lapse videos that feature everything from the White House to popular TV show House of Cards.
What exactly is a “GIF”? And why is it becoming such an important part of peer-to-peer photo and image sharing across social media and other communication forms?
Take a look at some autumn-themed time-lapse videos that we have picked out from across the Internet, each with a different, unique perspective on the changing season.
Long-term time-lapse is often seen as this image and video production technique’s best asset. But what happens when you increase the interval rate of capture and the focus of the subject is the creation of art?
Dogs, penguins, marmots and sea lions. Not your usual time-lapse subjects, but thanks to the wonders of the Internet they are now…
Have you ever wanted to see a butterfly emerge from its cocoon or see the depths of the sea in all its glory? Thanks to time-lapse, this and more is all possible.
In our second “humans through time-lapse” post, we explore a number of ways to use this specialist photography method to capture human life, over both long and short-term.
The ‘selfie’ has become such an important part of people’s lives, regardless of whether that is want or not. In our first blog post about “humans through time-lapse”, we look at the creative ways selfies can be used.