time-lapse

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time-lapse

(tīm′lăps′)
adj.
Of, using, or being a technique that photographs a naturally slow process, such as plant growth, on movie film at intervals, so that continuous projection of the frames gives an accelerated view of the process.
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Directed by Louie Schwartzberg, who has a strong background in time-lapse cinematography, the film clearly aims to visually stun viewers just as much as to inform them.
com)-- Described by Bloomberg News last week as the latest revolution in IVF treatments, the EmbryoScope time-lapse cinematography incubator will make its laboratory debut today at the IVF Center of Reproductive Associates of Delaware (RAD).
The range of available films for movie cameras is much more limited than for still cameras, but Kodak has recently introduced an ISO 800 negative film that I have used to excellent effect in auroral time-lapse cinematography.

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