As one of the elements which gives time-lapse its versatility in many different scenarios, remote capture is a useful monitoring solution to know about. Here’s five reasons why.
Off-grid news and blogs
Even when there is no power, we have you covered. Read about some of the projects we have captured using wind and solar solutions in our off-grid news section. Plus blogs on considering other options when consistent power is unavailable.
We complete our reflections on our busy year in part two of our 2017 round-up, featuring important developments that have been going on in-house.
Rapid capture solutions may not be the most traditional application of time-lapse photography but when used to cover short-term works it can reap impressive results.
What we produce is viable to many visual genres. This instalment of “Using Time-Lapse” focuses on some of the ways our work has been used in line with televised broadcasts by several high-end companies.
As a leading time-lapse provider, we are well accustomed to providing capture of this particular “Time-Lapse Trend”. Construction is the focus of our video examples this week.
Looking for greener solutions in everyday business is becoming increasingly important, particularly in the construction industry. We look at projects captured with time-lapse that have ‘green’ objectives.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
The full potentiality of time-lapse photography rests on its dual capability as a video marketing tool and as a site monitoring solution. We consider the latter in some detail, exploring its various benefits for contractors, stakeholders, and other invested parties.
For projects which come with a quick turnaround period, such as prestigious events and short-term work, time-lapse can be used effectively to add value within the associated time constraints.
A special blog looking at the growing use of off-grid power – including solar and wind. What benefits does this bring to time-lapse & site monitoring, as well as the wider world, and why is its use likely to become more & more common in the future?