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Passing the time with time-lapse

Commissions are undertaken to create time-lapse photography, whether to show change over an hour, a day, a week, a month or year(s). The resulting images can be provided as images or composed as an animated movie in any video format from DVD quality through to HD and for display on online.

There are a few examples here, some done for fun and some for clients. Commissions undertaken at home and abroad, studio based or on location. There are many more available in our archive for purchase under licence, please ask us for any particular subjects.

Time-lapse photography is a technique whereby the frequency at which film frames are captured (the frame rate) is much lower than that used to view the sequence. When played at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing. For example, an image of a scene may be captured once every second, then played back at 25 frames per second. The result is an apparent 25-times speed increase. Time-lapse photography can be considered the opposite of high speed photography or slow motion. [Wikipedia]

 

A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, the sun rises behind a trabucco, an old traditional fishing aperatus in Gargano, Italy.

Old traditional fishing machine in Gargano, Italy.

A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, clouds pass over alpine larch trees in the valley of Trafoi, Italy.

Clouds over alpine larch trees

A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, an hour passes over Madatschspitze, Trafoi/Stevio Pass, Italy.

Couds over Madatschspitze, Trafoi, Italy

An afternoon over-looking the garden of Schloss Goldrain/Castel Coldrano, Val Vensota, Italy. A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotha.

Schloss Goldrain garden

A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, a summer afternoon by the church of St.Maria in the Trafoi valley, Alto Adige, Italy

Trafoi church

Time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, the sun sets on Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, or Colosseo Quadrato, EUR, Rome, Italy

Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana , or Colosseo Quadrato , EUR Rome , Italy

A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham, clouds and stars of the night sky above Madatschspitze and Trafoi valley, Alto Adige, Italy.

Trafoi Night Sky

Late evening shadows on the north side of Schloss Goldrain/Castel Coldrano, Val Vensota, Italy.

Schloss Goldrain

A storm is brewing on the coast of Apulia (Puglia), Italy.
September 2012.

Stormy Night Ahead in Puglia

Schloss Goldrain/Castel Coldrano, Val Vensota, Italy. A time-lapse sequence by Alex Rowbotham.

Schloss Goldrain shadows

A clip of the DVD made for Aalsmeer Bloemenveiling in the Netherlands. At the time it was the largest flower auction in the world. I utilised time-lapse for several sequences.

Movement of Colour

Photo Illustration

Tuscan Garden photo illustration - click for moreAn experiment, a montage series of images "Lorem Ipsum" inspired by time spent in Tuscany and Cornwall using techniques developed for multivision presentations.

Project{tions}

Outdoor building projection - click for moreProjection installations, on both the interiors and exteriors of buildings as well as utilising more traditional screen formats - single and multi-screen. From museum installations to corporate and arts events, single projector presentations to full blown multi-projector, synchronised images and sound for architectural building 3D mapping.

Passing the Time

Time-lapse sequence photograph - click for moreCreation of time-lapse photography, whether to show change over an hour, a day, a week, a month or year(s). The resulting images can be provided as images or composed as an animated movie in any video format from DVD quality through to HD and 4K, plus for display on online.