A timelapse is a video in which the passage of time has been sped up to compress several minutes or hours of time into a few seconds or minutes. It is created from many individual photographs taken at a set interval which could be a few seconds or minutes apart. Each photograph then becomes one frame of the timelapse video. Timelapse is an engaging medium through which to capture the subtle changes and moods of a landscape. Static landscape photographs are spectacularly brought to life, allowing the viewer to observe the dynamism and majesty of our ever-changing world.
We can produce timelapses for commercial and non-commercial organisations in a variety of file formats and resolutions (up to 8K video). Typical uses are for publicity, tourism, documentaries and nature films. Browse through our Timelapse Gallery for links to our individual tiemlapse sequences. All of these are available for licence, and most are 4K resolution.
Our timelapse sequences have featured most recently in BBC Northern Ireland's 4-part series, Chronicles of Mourne (2018) and Dokyu (2019) on FujiTV (Japan). Below are links to some examples of our timelapse film work.
This short timelapse video shot with a PentaxK1 camera, highlights some of the amazing locations we visited during our astrophotography phototour of Tenerife and La Palma in the Canary Islands. Why not join us there for a stellar adventure? Booking details can be found on our tours page
This timelapse video, which featured in the Irish Post and Belfast Telegraph which described it as 'spectacular', was shot over 18 months and aims to capture the subtleties of the changing seasons and weather on the landscapes of the Kingdom of Mourne in County Down, Northern Ireland. Shot using Pentax K5-iis and K1 cameras in conjunction with a Syrp genie, magic carpet slider and mini-genie.
County Wicklow has been dubbed 'The Garden of Ireland'. Shot over a twelve month period, this stunning timelapse video captures the beauty of the changing seasons from the seashore to the wild heart of the mountains. Shot using Pentax K5-iis and K1 cameras in conjunction with a Syrp genie, magic carpet slider and mini-genie.
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