Case Study: Our Time-lapse Services
Most of us are only interested in construction when the development is complete and we can appreciate the installations, its functions and space. However, there is obviously a lot of work that goes into a development which usually only those in the profession can fully appreciate.
Time-lapse video is one way to appreciate what goes into a development from start to finish.
What is Time-Lapse
Time-lapse is the photographic technique of taking a sequence of frames or photographs at set intervals to record changes that take place slowly over time. When the frames are shown sequentially at normal speed (normally 25 photos a second) the action seems much faster. The set intervals and how many photographs are taken depends on the content, how long do we expect movement to go on for, how fast is the change etc. So following on to what we said earlier, this way of taking photographs of construction and presenting it in a video at normal speed or (frame rate) entertains, engages and informs the public of the development from start to finish.
We install our cameras on site at fixed locations according to how the development will progress. Our cameras capture images at 4K resolution and upload them automatically to our ftp and can be viewed 24/7 by our clients. This allows site monitoring and facilitates remote ‘live’ access to site via an online viewer, allowing contractors to view and micro-manage a project on-the-go. Where required we can also install off grid systems with a battery supply and solar panels. Our systems can work on a projects lasting hours, days, weeks, months or even years.
Apart from the 24/7 live access we also provide you with monthly video productions of you project. All photographs are edited, colour graded, stabilised to produce a quality end video production for you and your clients. On completion we can then produce a final video showcasing your project from start to finish, adding drone video and ground filming to the production to highlight the developments installations adds extra dimensions for the viewer.