May 19, 2014
We’re always trying new things at MCOMM, and lately we’ve been experimenting with timelapse photography/videography.
These can be tricky, it requires specific weather conditions (if it’s an exterior shot), a bit of trial and error, and a lot of patience. In fact shooting timelapse typically involves a generous amount of standing around while hoping that things turn out the way you’ve planned. When it all goes right, however, the footage can be spectacular.
Here are two recent MCOMM projects (just a few seconds of each). The first was captured at the Louvre in Paris this past March, and the second at the International Door Association’s tradeshow this April in Las Vegas. Check them out and let us know what you think. Of course if there’s a project you’re working on that could use timelapse… give us a call. We’ll be happy to stop by, and well, stand around for a while.
Until next time.