Our work with the Royal Albert Hall continues with our latest time-lapse revealing major phase of construction to reinvigorate its world-class performance experience – ahead of the iconic London venue’s 150th anniversary celebrations in 2021.
Internal project news and blogs
Bringing you the latest internal project news from our clients and the wider time-lapse community. Originally considered only for outdoor construction projects, time-lapse is more popular than ever for shop fit-outs, art creation and special events.
Royal Mail Group, Aston Martin, Louis Vuitton, Adidas and XPO Logistics are just some of the world-renowned clients we have worked for, providing high quality internal capture in all kinds of specialised environments.
We produce many time-lapse and video solutions which document internal developments for various clients and purposes. We feature five time-lapse projects from our UK portfolio.
Retail work is incredibly varied but as a professional time-lapse provider, we offer solutions that can document all manner of developments.
In this blog post we provide answers to the how, what and why in relation to the extraordinary medium of time-lapse photography.
Join us once again in our annual round-up, which looks back at some of the many exciting developments and projects we have captured in 2018.
DIY projects are somewhat of a trend – and so are the time-lapse videos documenting their craft. We feature some incredible examples.
The inside story of a build – whether concerning a retail environment or a temporary space for a special event – is just as fascinating a time-lapse narrative as the external construction.
An overview of all of our projects with Alton Towers Resort and Merlin Entertainments, a company who we have been connected to for many years and have an established relationship with. This includes the production of several time-lapse construction videos, filming of event footage and general photography around the resort.
As a follow-up to one of our previous features considering time-lapse of ‘big’ projects, we now turn to work that is smaller in size and duration – but of no less significance to capture.