time-lapse photography


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time-lapse photography

n
(Photography) the technique of recording a very slow process, such as the withering of a flower, by taking a large number of photographs on a strip of film at regular intervals. The film is then projected at normal speed

time′-lapse` photog`raphy


n.
the photographing on motion-picture film of a slow, continuous process, as the growth of a plant, at regular intervals, esp. by exposing a single frame at a time, for projection at a higher speed.
[1935–40]
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time-lapse photography

[ˈtaɪmlæpsfəˈtɒgrəfɪ] Nfotografía f de lapso de tiempo
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