Here you will find a selection from over 220 time-lapse projects. Whether shown to an audience of millions or as an exclusive single demonstration – the impact of our films always justifies the efforts made in post-production. If you are looking for a high quality solution, you should be looking for editing to be included. We do not use standard webcams, shaky installations or automated time-lapse sequences.
Elbphilharmonie Long Term Time Lapse
Since April 2007, MKtimelapse has been documenting the emergence of Hamburg’s new landmark exclusively for the NDR. In the Port of Hamburg and in this film a unique piece of history arises.
AIDA prima Cruise Ship Build
Witness the construction process of AIDA cruises new flagship: AIDAprima. Three MKtimelapse camera systems are recording non stop at the Koyagi Plant of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to deliver the worlds first cinematic quality timelapse of a cruise ship build.
Balmoral Cruise Ship Extension
In 2008, the “Norwegian Crown” was rebuilt for Fred Olsen at Blohm + Voss in Hamburg, and renamed the “Balmoral”. In two months, the ship was not only completely overhauled, but also extended to 195.92 m. Since the release on YouTube in early 2014, the video has been viewed over 1,200,000 times.
Hong Kong Portrait Timelapse
Max C. Moos shot this city portrait in 2007 during a 10 day visit to Hong Kong.
Autostadt Porsche Pavillion Construction
For nine months we filmed the creation of this architectural masterpiece in the Motor City in strict secrecy. Four MKtimelapse motion systems filmed the work which took place exclusively at night. During the day, to construction pause so as not to annoy visitors to the Autostadt.
Eurovision Song Contest 2011 – Esprit Stadium
The conversion of the Esprit Arena in Dusseldorf was filmed with 4 cameras for the NDR. As a special feature, the film was played during the show, seen by an audience of 155 million viewers in 49 countries. MKtimelapse traveled specially with a complete editing suite in order to give the material the director in time.