Year: 2016

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Friday Feature – M56 Thorley Lane bridge

This week’s Friday Feature was a collaborative project between ourselves and Aerial Images, capturing work of Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald JV during the M56 Thorley Lane bridge replacement works in Manchester.

The new London microsite page

Time-Lapse Systems launches dedicated London services page

With over 60 projects now live in London, we have just launched a brand-new section on our website, showcasing the time-lapse, site monitoring, aerial and video work we have completed in the capital. Featuring work for Kier, BAM, the Berkeley Group, the UEFA Champions League, the Royal Albert Hall and many more global brands.

Removal of a walkway at Molson Coors

Time-lapse – the ideal tool for demolition

With so many construction projects now captured using time-lapse, we take a look at how demolition works can also be brought to life through use of this medium. From tower blocks to historic sites, demolition time-lapses can be applied to almost any project and can serve a whole host of different purposes.

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Friday Feature – Star Wars Miniland

With over 250,000 Lego bricks on display, this week’s Friday Feature really doesn’t put the “mini” in “Miniland”. Check out this special Lego Star Wars installation at the Trafford Centre, Manchester.

Our time-lapse footage of the Mary Rose on the BBC News at Ten

Some more unique projects

In August 2015 we explored some of the incredible “one-off” projects we have worked on. Well over 12-months on, this blog features many new projects we have captured for our clients, from an ancient warship to a temporary garden cinema!

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Friday Feature – Stanlow Refinery

This week’s Friday Feature. Weighing in at 450-tonnes, Essar replaced the Regenerator Head at their Stanlow Refinery back in 2013. This incredible feat of engineering only occurs once every 25 years and we were on hand to help them document it.

The oldest photograph of a human being, from 1832

Photography firsts

Today we tend to take photography a little for granted. Back in the 1800s, pioneers of this medium were often inventing and innovating processes to better capture every instance of everyday life. We take a look at how photography has developed (excused the pun) throughout the decades.

Special launch event for the world's largest Lego store

World’s largest Lego store constructed in three minutes

We were chosen to capture the the world’s largest Lego store under construction in capital’s most popular retail and tourism destination. Our clients ISG commissioned us to create a three-minute Lego time-lapse video across the 18-week fit-out period.