Rail Construction through Time-Lapse. Focusing on how time-lapse photography can effectively document rail construction and development.
Our time-lapse work has taken us to major UK cities such as London, Birmingham, Manchester and Newcastle, where we continue to work extensively. Having now worked with major brands and contractors such as Merlin Entertainments (Alton Towers, Legoland etc.), HS2, BAM, European Championships, Berkeley Group and Crossrail, we are the leading UK time-lapse provider.
Another time-lapse construction project successfully completed for Kier, showcasing phase one of Gloucester’s city centre regeneration with a brand new bus station.
We revisit a number of epic projects in our archives to illustrate how time-lapse can be applied to provide a visual narrative of incredibly complex, heavy-duty works.
In this instalment of our “Using Time-Lapse” feature, we spotlight the interesting work we have time-lapsed by some of Europe’s leading bodies in the rail industry.
Our work often entails installing camera systems in high places. We consider the ins and outs of working on rooftops in order to provide the best in time-lapse and site monitoring services.
What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
A high percentage of construction work takes place in the city, which means that time-lapse often finds its home in such busy environments. We consider several city-based projects, illustrating how major contractors utilise this medium.
Despite some working environments being more challenging to work in than others, we always go above and beyond for our clients, continually pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved using time-lapse.
We continue our market-leading time-lapse work, helping clients from across the UK to capture projects with unique solutions and fixings. Discover the various places we have been able to fix our camera systems, including from a tree and over the iconic Mary Rose warship.