Timelapse Frankfurt

In a timelapse production hours become seconds and a timelapse is always
a visual highlight that will attract the attention of the audience.

That's what your timelapse could look like


We are specialized in timelapse production, we can shoot different kinds of fast motion timelapses. For example hyperlapses where the camera moves through locations or through a city, but we can create long-term static timelapse: For example for a construction site or for an event or a touristic location that you want to have captured over a longer period of time. We also ensure that in the edit, we combine all the frames and images in the best way possible, ensuring the colors look great and to create an output that amazes the audience.

The timelapse Frankfurt team

We work for you
Why Choose Fenchel And Janisch
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Marcel Fenchel: Director & Scriptwriter
I am your first point of contact and also your contact person during the production. I am the one directing your shoot and from start to end, I am always there for you.
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Moritz Janisch: Cameraman & Editor
I am the one filming your video in the best possible way. I choose the right gear and create the perfect shots for your video. Afterwards I am also the responsible editor.
FAQ timelapse Frankfurt

A timelapse production is not only suitable for the presentation of visual highlights but also for the documentation of long events or construction sites, where the aim is to document the course of events over days or weeks. First the motives are planned, as soon as the film motives are determined, it is important to look exactly at the film location to determine from which positions the camera can take the best pictures. For time-lapse shots, the location of the camera must be permanently suitable, as the camera is fixed in place – even if only for a few hours – and cannot be flexibly carried around by a cameraman as is the case with normal film shots.

This timelapse Frankfurt shows the city of Frankfurt as well as other motives, both during the day and at night, each consisting of over 2,000 individual photos. Every single second of the video consists of 24 different photos taken at different intervals. The video production of a time lapse in Frankfurt is therefore very time-consuming. The best shots at night can be taken in winter because there is a higher chance of a clear sky. Daytime shots often work best when the sun is shining, which is why organizing the shooting for a timelapse can be a challenge. But the time lapse in Frankfurt offers great visual highlights through the combination of speed and light.

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