Our current live projects add to our already extensive Time-Lapse London portfolio. With many varied historical time-lapses, we are the best equipped to deliver the highest level of media services to clients across the growing UK capital.
A large part of our time-lapse construction work is residential developments. Our camera systems, both currently and historically, have helped to mediate many major projects in this sector.
Construction site aerial photography allows you to visualise a project in its entirety and with stunning clarity at every stage of development.
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?
How time-lapse & construction go hand-in-hand. Taking a closer look at construction time-lapse in both theory and application.
Following the success of last year’s round-up – which reviewed the exciting work we had been involved with in 2016 – we round-off the last 12 months in the same fashion.
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.
For almost six years, Time-Lapse Systems provided faultless time-lapse coverage of St James’ new Riverlight development at Nine Elms, utilising multiple camera positions to achieve the very best quality.
As all our clients know, the production of the highest quality time-lapse films is only part of the services we offer, and most clients also benefit from having (at no extra charge) our on-line viewer iRis (Interactive Remote Imaging System), which enables them to monitor their site in HD and to control and use the flow of HD images being captured by our camera systems…
The image above shows our camera system looking over the as yet undeveloped site. The Thames and Vauxhall Bridge the can be seen in the background, beyond which it is possible to see the Shard London Bridge…