• Kitchen Remodeling Testimonial using Time Lapse

Who needs before and after…when you can go from start to finish using Richmond Time Lapse Video Production!

Who needs before and after…when you can go from start to finish using Richmond Time Lapse Video Production!

Richmond Time Lapse is dedicated to the production of time lapse videos. An ideal marketing tool for the building and construction industries, time lapse video technology turns a project that takes days or weeks to complete, into a video that takes only minutes to watch!

Using a fleet of digital cameras, Richmond Time Lapse takes still images of a project in progress, then edits the footage into a dynamic time lapse video, which is perfect for sales calls, web sites, DVD’s and trade shows. It’s more affordable than you think. Set your marketing in motion today! Check out some of our samples below or visit our samples page!

Richmond City Jail Time Lapse

Richmond City Jail Time Lapse

This was our first project filming for T.K. Davis Construction, Inc. which are also located in Richmond Va. Two camera’s were used to film the start to finish completion of the outside property. One camera was place on City Hall which is almost a half mile away. The other was embedded into the side of…Continue Reading

Dinner Setup Time Lapse For 940 People

Dinner Setup Time Lapse For 940 People

This was three days of filming at the Richmond International Raceway complex for “A Sharper Palate” dinner for 940 people. They are a well oiled machine and it was very impressive to see what they could do in just three days of setup. The attention to detail was spot on and everyone knew what to…Continue Reading

Slightly Stoopid Photos

Slightly Stoopid Photos

Slightly Stoopid live at Pocahontas State Park in Richmond, VA on August 6, 2014. We started filming a time-lapse at 8:00am with all the trucks pulling in and unloading equipment and gear! It was like a bunch of busy ants doing what they do! Here are some still shots from the show and we hope…Continue Reading

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Bike Sculpture at Dominion GardenFest of Lights

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Bike Sculpture at Dominion GardenFest of Lights

Local Richmond artist John Meola crafted this pyramid-shaped sculpture out of recycled bikes and bike parts on display at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden during Dominion GardenFest of Lights. The airplane on top is a pedal-powered bike too. Lit at night, the sculpture resembles a silver holiday tree and is one element of the bike-themed Dominion…Continue Reading

Big Spool Table Time Lapse

Big Spool Table Time Lapse

We had a tree fall in our yard and took out a big spool we had for an outdoor table. So I decided to take two spools and combine them into one and here is the time-lapse showing how I did it! Next step will be some sanding and I also want to expand the…Continue Reading