Rail-based works can be captured using time-lapse in a myriad of different ways. In this instalment of “Time-Lapse Trends”, we take a closer look at several examples of hobbyist and more professional time-lapses following this theme.
Sun up to sun down is something that we often take for granted because it happens every day. In our second instalment for “Time-Lapse Trends: Day to Night” series, we show how time-lapse helps bring out the extraordinary in the ordinary.
This blog provides a special and detailed report on how time-lapse can be used as a tool for publicly documenting urbanisation.
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.
Although we capture across the UK and beyond, there is no region with a more varied collection of time-lapse work than the West Midlands – from major rail and infrastructure projects to car manufacturing plants and pop concerts.
There are a whole host of possibilities that can be achieved through time-lapse photography, transcending various genres. From monitoring large construction sites to creating marketing materials for live events, watch examples of many different edits and videos from across many projects and industry sectors.
Capturing rail-based projects has a number of challenges that need to be considered seriously, due to the environment of construction sites and the area around them. From vast sites to enclosed areas and short-term projects to very long period works, we take a look at how professional time-lapse companies can still create stunning edits from these locations.
MANCHESTER is gearing up for a huge construction revolution – and we will be there to capture it.
In late 2014 it was announced that £300m worth of investment funds for housing would be released, in addition to various infrastructure improvements to benefit the area’s mammoth £51bn economy.
And our bespoke camera systems have already proved exceptionally popular across the Greater Manchester area, for a number of different purposes, sectors and clients.
Long-term capture of excavation and construction works in the heart of the city.
ONCE completed in 2019, Europe’s biggest construction project will have increased rail capacity across London by 10%.
The decade-long, £15bn Crossrail project – which was the feature of a three part BBC documentary – has just passed the halfway point and has already racked up 44 million working hours…
We have just completed two major projects in Portsmouth: To document the replacement of the Northern Road Bridge in Cosham and the construction of a new Park and Ride facility in Tipner.
We installed a camera system in Cosham on 1st March 2013 to capture the Northern Road Bridge replacement. This project lasted almost 12 months, during which time we captured the entire process of replacement…