Time lapse sequences are created by producing a series of images (taken at regular intervals), played in rapid succession as a video.
Stop-motion photography has conveyed movement since the days of the Zoëtrope and it’s predecessors.
The application can be to compress many years of a construction project into a few minutes or to show clouds and shadows crossing a landscape.
Digital Tsunami produces timelapse sequences of urban and rural environments.
From Our Clients
We have been a client of Digital Tsunami now for a number of years.
As an ASX listed company, we seek reliability with our suppliers. Digital Tsunami have proven they are reliable and trustworthy multiple times.
We host multiple websites and services through them, and use them for technical and creative work.
There has never been an issue, they are always on top of all technical details, and simply provide the best possible solution around a given budget, and get things right first time. Clearly they have excellent quality controls and that shows in their services.
The MULS Executive is delighted with this aesthetically pleasing, user friendly site.
We found Digital Tsunami to be a full-service operation and we are satisfied with the products delivered: from the (identity), banners, business cards, letterheads, to the student magazine.
Digital Tsunami was professional, responsive and accurately interpreted our brief. The final result was a new website that was in keeping with the iBurst brand essence and proposition.
Working with this team has been a delight and the resulting website far exceeds our expectations. All stages of the process were handled professionally, promptly and creatively. Discussions went smoothly, with flawless communication and suitable and sensible solutions whenever issues were raised. Time frames were either met or delivered early. The site was 100% accurate, indicating impressive attention to detail.
Without exception, the feedback on our site has been outstanding - clear and thoughtful layout, appropriate and interesting graphics and intuitive navigation.
I don't know what you do, but you do it well.