time-lapse

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time +‎ lapse

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time-lapse (not comparable)

  1. (photography) of or relating to a technique in which exposures are taken at fewer intervals than usual so that, on playback, a naturally slow process may be viewed at an accelerated pace
    • 2021 March 10, Greg Morse, “Telling the railway's story on film”, in RAIL, number 926, page 48:
      Operation London Bridge, also from 1975, tells the story of the busy station's redevelopment. Cutting neatly from the barrow boys of Borough Market to an aerial view of Borough Market Junction, the film uses time lapse photography to show the congestion rife in the area during the morning rush hour.

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