Filmed from the Market Hall Museum.
The Warwick market place museum is currently undergoing a refurbishment, and as such the team thought it would be a good idea to capture some of the work in Time-Lapse.
The team asked for some advice about cameras they could use, and what they should be considering when setting up their time-lapse projects. One of the key considerations was that they didn’t have readily accessible software or expertise, to turn an image sequence into a time-lapse video.
Finding an in-camera solution, led me to research the Brinno camera range and land on the TLC200 Pro as the best option. Ease of use, high dynamic range, compiled video files on an SD card – and very importantly a cost effective solution.
This video was shot as part of their testing and learning process, and I’m excited to see what they manage to capture as the refurbishment progresses.