Documenting £5.5m Royal Bridge Pontoon replacement at Sheerness – Time.Lapse Photography Article

WE captured over 50,000 images using our fully-managed, dual-camera system set up as Beckett Rankine installed a new pontoon at Peel Ports’ London Medway facility. With the first camera system set back behind the pontoon, capturing an overview of developments, the second was strategically positioned waterside looking down over the works. This allowed for ample coverage of the replacement without hinderance to the safe operations carried out by personnel on site. From these positions, we covered all key manoeuvres throughout…

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Why choose time-lapse capture for transport developments? – Time.Lapse Photography Article

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? With the recent announcement that the new Prime Minister pledges to back Northern Powerhouse Rail, transport developments remain a priority for the UK. This comes a few weeks after the wider Northern Powerhouse proposal – a government initiative to boost the economic…

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Time-lapsing ongoing developments at Campbell Wharf Marina – Time.Lapse Photography Article

THE FIRST boats arrive in new 111-berth wharf marina, which we have been time-lapsing from under-utilised land to fully-fledged marina. For the past year, we have been working closely with Crest to provide focused capture of specific developments throughout the course of Campbell Wharf’s dramatic transformation, through two remotely managed time-lapse camera systems. Utilising our own dedicated control software, we have strategically managed capture rates remotely, reacting to and documenting these important phases of progress. Most recently of these was…

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