The second half of our 2018 round-up is here, where we reflect on the exciting in-house developments at Hideaway Media – Time-Lapse Systems in the past 12 months.
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.
We spotlight some of our completed and ongoing education-based work to exemplify how our time-lapse solutions can be utilised in this sector.
A large proportion of our work is for contractors who wish for their construction projects to be time-lapsed. But more and more companies are interested in the whole narrative, which includes both the demolition & construction phase of work.
The benefits of sustained, closely managed capture are numerous – especially when this can be done from a location remote to site. We detail what you need to know about this versatile construction monitoring solution.
Pre-construction works, like demolition, are just as fascinating as time-lapse construction projects. We detail some interesting examples.
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.
We hope to warm things up slightly following the rather chilly conditions of recent weeks in this instalment of ‘special photo moments’. Enjoy some of our sunrise images captured by our very own time-lapse camera systems.
Some weather conditions can make our job quite difficult but our bespoke camera systems ensure continuous capture regardless of external elements. We feature some stunning shots that we have captured in some severe spells of fog.
Time-lapse construction is an incredibly popular mode of documentation for contractors. There are also major benefits to be had from documenting pre-construction works with time-lapse photography.