What is needed to create successful long-term time-lapse? This blog considers these three fundamentals: equipment, power source and remote monitoring.
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.
Is it possible to ‘Do It Yourself’ when it comes to a time-lapse camera?
Could hiring or renting at bespoke time-lapse camera system from a professional company work out as better value for money?
We’re now midway through spring.
As it feels like we’re still battling through the end of winter, here are some time-lapses that celebrate what this season is supposedly all about.
Drones are still in the news some six months after they exploded onto the scene.
But forget aerial photography – there are some new ways to use them.
Expanding your portfolio of clients or customers can be easy with a little help from clients.
A range of different companies already are, so there are plenty of examples of use available.
Enlisting our time-lapse expertise is a simple process, that can reap huge benefits for your business.
Whether you want site monitoring, time-lapse videos or something else, we can help.
Price should not dictate who you employ to set-up a time-lapse camera for your build.
Webcams are cheap, but they certainly do not get results.
The Office for National Statistics 2014 report claims 35% of construction workers “work from home”.
In an industry founded on honest labour, how can this be possible?
Construction of a plain office building can now run into the millions, which means a tightening budget for a number of top firms.
Guaranteeing efficiency for as low cost as possible is one thing, but there are now products that can turn a low cost expenditure into a long-term investment – that reaps rewards.