In our previous reports we have covered the wide varied applications and locations involved in our time-lapse UK work. Here, we take a look at time-lapse Scotland – a genre of work that we are particularly proud of.
Time-lapse is an incredibly versatile photographic medium, being utilised on construction projects across the world, for both site monitoring and marketing. One sector enjoying the benefits of both live monitoring and complete videos is education, which we explore in our latest blog.
Our final Friday Feature of 2016 takes us back to one of our oldest time-lapse projects, from the Outer Hebrides. Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, is still one of our favourite locations, so it seems appropriate to bring it back out to see the new year in.
Capturing projects for higher education across the UK
OUR time-lapse camera systems and site monitoring services continue to be utilised by educational institutions.
We recently finished a dual-camera system job for South Essex College, capturing the construction of their new Thurrock campus.
We recently completed a near 2 year HD time-lapse and site monitoring project in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides.
The project was commissioned as a joint venture between Farrans, H&J Martin and Patton on behalf of Sgoiltean Ura LLP. We covered the building of one of the flagship Western Isles Schools’ projects…
We’ve been so busy lately that there’s been no time to post our news, So here is….
Our latest installation will be for CFS and HotRot, at a huge state-of-the-art recycling facility being set up in Kent. One of our Time-Lapse Systems will record the entire delivery and construction of two innovative industrial scale composing units. CFS or Composting Facilities Services are leaders in waste management in the South East.
The image above is taken from the viewer of our camera in Stornoway. This one has not been subject to as severe weather as some of our other camera systems…. but, like them, it has captured some great winter construction images…
We have just arrived back from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides where we met some very nice people and installed a time-lapse system to cover a major construction project taking place on the Island.
We really enjoyed this installation, which was in such a beautiful part of the world.