“With the likes of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail hitting the headlines recently, it’s clear that major investments are being made to improve transport across the UK. How effective is time-lapse photography at showcasing major developments like these?” We consider this and look at some of our own work.
We time-lapse major road traffic improvement works at Newcastle’s A19/ A1058 Coast Road Junction – a major Highways England scheme to install first ever three level junction in the North East.
Typically, a time-lapse photograph archive facilitates the production of an edited sequence showing progress over a specific period of time. But the benefits of time-lapse images do not stop there.
Another time-lapse construction project successfully completed for Kier, showcasing phase one of Gloucester’s city centre regeneration with a brand new bus station.
The varied scope and subject of civil engineering, infrastructural projects that take place in the city are perfectly suited for the capabilities of time-lapse capture.
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.
This blog provides a special and detailed report on how time-lapse can be used as a tool for publicly documenting urbanisation.
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.
A prestigious entertainment venue, a world-famous English warship and two of the UK’s top universities are just some of the locations across the South of England where we are using our remote time-lapse camera systems to capture for clients…
Highways England are the latest public body to invest in time-lapse camera systems to help communicate their ongoing works.
Projects on the M3, M27 and M56 are all being covered.