Christmas is nearly upon us so we thought it would be good fun to look back and create our own “12 days” which of course is all about time-lapse and some of the excellent projects we’ve been involved in.
12 & 11.
Our camera system is currently reporting the construction of 11 & 12 Wellington Place. We’ve had the pleasure of capturing the impressive 1.9 million sq ft commercial site at Wellington Place, Leeds for MEPC for the past eight years and look forward to documenting further builds there.
At Ten-Pin at the Print Works in Manchester and Acton our camera systems have documented the internal refurbishment of these upgraded and stylish bowling venues.
At Nine Elms we’ve captured the construction of many new residential properties, as well as internal works at Battersea Power Station.
Stands for the 8 in 2018, the year that we captured the regeneration of the Cornhill town square for Ipswich Borough Council. We agree this is a little bit of a stretch for 8, but we had to include the time-lapse of this redevelopment as it culminates in a festive gathering around a twinkling Christmas tree.
For seven weeks we captured the redevelopment of a play area at Brough Park, Leek for the local authorities. We documented as the space was transformed into a pleasant child-friendly space.
Six camera angles were used in this edit for HS2 at Area East of Euston Station and approaches. Our in-house engineers successfully calculated how to capture such a complex project.
The Smiler roller coaster at Alton Towers is split into five sections. We captured the complete build process, recording every detail of the world’s first 14 inversion roller coaster.
This stands for 4 Angel Gardens where we are currently documenting the construction of the 466 apartment neighbourhood in the heart of the NOMA district in Manchester.
Is the number of days capture our camera system reported on the reconstruction of the renovated Spitfire at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.
For two days we captured for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane as its frontage underwent a festive transformation.
For a year we filmed at the RAH to create the impressive video of the Year in the Life of the Royal Albert Hall, showcasing all the fabulous work that goes into productions at this iconic entertainment venue.
We at Time-Lapse Systems are privileged to be working with such a broad range of clients and on such varied projects. We look forward to continuing our relationship with such a diverse array of industries.