“Above and below ground, brand new structures and historic vessels, theme parks and iconic venues.” Time-lapsing unique projects in iconic locations across the UK is something that we know how to do particularly well.
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Unique projects require a unique approach. As a leading provider of time-lapse and media solutions, we are equipped with the knowledge & the skill to produce high quality capture in spite of challenging circumstances.
Following the public release of our long-term, rapid interval time-lapse video of Wicker Man’s construction, our work also featured on Channel 4’s ‘Inside Alton Towers’ documentary, tracking the inside story of the roller coaster construction.
A look at how time-lapse is being chosen more regularly as a method for explaining complex processes, as part of news reporting. From the most traditional video news – on the television – to more modern methods, it is a medium that adds real value for consumer audiences.
Work that is extensive in size, duration, or reputation is often the subject for professional time-lapse capture. But how can time-lapse be applied to document ‘big’ projects?
In this blog we consider the important role of time-lapse in preserving changes over time, specifically changes to historic sites and iconic structures.
Delving deep below London and into the underground tunnels at The Postal Museum, our team helped the attraction document their brand new Mail Rail ride under construction, in exceptionally challenging conditions.
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.
Using both remote time-lapse capabilities and in situ capture, Time-Lapse Systems are one of the UK’s leading providers of internal time-lapse, for retail fit-out projects, office refits and more.
We are half-way through our 2016 round-up, taking a look at some of our work from the year just gone. In part two, read about our involvement in some key projects, including the Mary Rose Museum, the London Film Festival and an exhibition at Sotheby’s.