Portland, OR (PressExposure) February 20, 2009 -- iLapse was created in 2007 with the idea that quality HD stock footage should be readily available at high-resolution, and also be affordable.
"We really saw an opportunity to deliver very high end production values to a whole new audience and at breakthrough prices by delivering our product exclusively online," say the founders of iLapse.
The technique of time-lapse has been used since the early days of film. The first known use was in Georges MÃ©liÃ¨s' 1897 motion picture, "Carrefour De L'Opera". Some examples of classic subjects shown through time-lapse are clouds racing across the sky, flowers opening, fruit rotting, and the speed of city life.
Motion picture technology has undergone tremendous changes in the last century, from film, to video, to digital. iLapse ( http://www.ilapse.com ) has embraced these changes and become skilled in advanced digital technology and techniques to create stock footage with the mark of modern formats.
"One of our biggest challenges was learning to adapt a new generation of DSLR cameras to accomplish tasks that were the exclusive domain of high end motion film cameras like Arri or Panavision only a few short years ago," says iLapse co-founder, Paul Wagner. "We had to do a lot of hacks, workarounds and modifications to our cameras and shooting techniques, but it has all come together now and we are achieving great results."
iLapse offers a library of footage in volumes of 15 clips, with each shot a full 30 seconds in length. For only $150, customers get the 15 high-res clips, royalty-free, with a 100% money back guarantee. Watch the demo reel ( http://www.ilapse.com ) to see a sample of the shots in the 6 volumes that are currently available for purchase. Payments are accepted via PayPal.
To view and purchase ultra high-res HD time-lapse stock footage visit the iLapse website: http://www.ilapse.com
About iLapse: iLapse was founded in 2007 by Paul Wagner and Jeremy Korb. The company can be reached online at http://www.ilapse.com, by calling 360-896-9393, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail iLapse, 9120 NE Vancouver Mall Loop, Suite 230, Vancouver, WA 98662.